Portfolio analysis

• Is the methodology which quantified systematic and nonsystematic risk for investment holdings. Harry Markowitz is considered the primary influence in this field.


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 Nonsystematic risk
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Active portfolio strategy
Balanced portfolio
Barra's performance analysis perfan
Break even analysis
Break even analysis cost volume profit analysis
Cluster analysis
Common base year analysis
Common size analysis
Comparative credit analysis
Complete portfolio
Conditional analysis
Country risk analysis models
Credit analysis
Cross sectional analysis
Cyclic or cyclical analysis
Dedicating a portfolio
Discriminant analysis
Dupont system of analysis
Dynamic analysis
Efficient portfolio
Excess return on the market portfolio
Factor analysis
Factor portfolio
Feasible portfolio
Fundamental analysis
Hedged portfolio
Horizon analysis
Horizontal analysis
Leveraged portfolio
Management's discussion and analysis md&a
Marginal analysis
Market portfolio
Markowitz efficient portfolio
Mean variance analysis
Mean variance efficient portfolio
Minimum variance portfolio
Modern portfolio theory
Multiple discriminant analysis
Normal portfolio
Optimal portfolio
Passive portfolio
Passive portfolio strategy
Performance attribution analysis
Portfolio insurance
Portfolio internal rate of return
Portfolio management
Portfolio manager
Portfolio opportunity set
Portfolio separation theorem
Portfolio theory
Portfolio turnover rate
Portfolio variance
Pro forma capital structure analysis
Quantitative analysis
Ratio analysis
Regression analysis
Replicating portfolio
Scenario analysis
Sensitivity analysis
Sequential analysis
Static analysis
Statistical analysis
Structured portfolio strategy
Technical analysis
Tilted portfolio
Time series analysis
Vertical analysis
Weighted average portfolio yield
Well diversified portfolio
Zero beta portfolio
Zero investment portfolio

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