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Asset Classes Paper
University of Phoenix
INVESTMENT FUNDAMENTALS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT, FIN 402
Instructor: STEVEN PETRIZZI March 29, 2010
Asset Classes Paper
The mutual fund I have chosen is Fidelity Mutual Funds and the Dow 30 organization chosen is Walt Disney.
Following will be a discussion regarding the types of asset classes available, and an explanation pertaining to how classifications and the current investment environment impact [Doctoral rule (although good advice for any academic writer): "impact" is a noun (a hit). It is informally used as a verb (impacting the business), but avoid this in academic writing ] organizational decisions concerning the composition of the portfolios.
A mutual fund is an investment that pools together multiple stocks, bonds, and other securities to perform as one investment (Cable News Network, 2010). When an investor contributes money to a...