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Portfolio management

Portfolio management is more than just investment advice, as it can encompass all parts of a person's financial life. The idea is that rather than trying to integrate pieces of advice and various products from a series of professionals, high net worth individuals benefit from a holistic approach in which a single manager coordinates all the services needed to manage their money and plan for their own or their family's current and future needs.

While the use of a Portfolio manager is based on the theory that he or she can provide services in any aspect of the financial field, some choose to specialize in particular areas. This may be based on the expertise of the wealth care in question, or the primary focus of the business within which the wealth care operates.

Professional licensed portfolio managers work on behalf of clients, while individuals may choose to build and manage their own portfolios. In either case, the portfolio manager's ultimate goal is to maximize the investments' expected to return within an appropriate level of risk exposure.


Portfolio Management May Be Either Passive or Active In Nature.


  • Passive management is a set-it-and-forget-it long-term strategy. It may involve investing in one or more exchange-traded (ETF) index funds. This is commonly referred to as indexing or index investing. Those who build Indexed portfolios may use modern portfolio theory (MPT) to help optimize the mix.

  • Active management involves attempting to beat the performance of an index by actively buying and selling individual stocks and other assets. Closed-end funds are generally actively managed. Active managers may use any of a wide range of quantitative or qualitative models to aid in their evaluations of potential investments.

Key Takeaways


  • Portfolio management involves building and overseeing a selection of investments that will meet the long-term financial goals and risk tolerance of an investor.

  • Active portfolio management requires strategically buying and selling stocks and other assets in an effort to beat the broader market.

  • Passive portfolio management seeks to match the returns of the market by mimicking the makeup of a particular index or indexes.
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