By: ECONOMIC & FINANCE REPORT
Various fund and portfolio managers have to take risk to get ahead in this ever growing investing markets, especially as the new year begins in 2015. There are a few research studies floating about; that indicate that portfolio managers, fund managers, asset allocation managers and other finance managers, lag way behind the money markets when certain investment initiatives are not in place. Overall their records perform unusually low without taking the necessary risk to attain net profit gains.
Managers that do not take the necessary risks in diversifying their portfolios to allocate the funds in various risk allocations, lose the incentives to attain profit, then allowing them to underperform in other aspects of their trading accounts and portfolios. At the end of it all, instituting monitored risk or calculated risk is more appropriate in establishing decent results for clients portfolios.