On the Subject and Subjectivity of Security Allocation

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Security Selection is a singular critical investment concept. It is looked upon to measure a distinctive form of investment value added and, to some, the merit of careers spent in its pursuit. This concept and the degree to which this conceptual goal is manifested within performance attribution results is the focus of this article.

Timothy P. Ryan, Hartford Investment Management Company

Security Selection is a singular critical investment concept. It is looked upon to measure a distinctive form of investment value added and, to some, the merit of careers spent in its pursuit. This concept and the degree to which this conceptual goal is manifested within performance attribution results is the focus of this article.

On the Subject and Subjectivity of Security Allocation

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