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Investment Portfolio Definition

An investment portfolio is a collection of assets owned by an individual or by an institution.
An investor's portfolio can include real estate and so-called "hard" assets, such as gold bars. But most investment portfolios, particularly portfolios that are assembled to pay for a retirement, are made up mainly of securities, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, money market funds and exchange traded funds.
The best retirement portfolios diversify the mix of investments -- which can range from the caution of US Treasury bonds to the risky zip of small-company stocks -- in an effort to dampen market losses and maximize potential gains.

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Temasek invests $1.5 billion in India in first 3 months of FY19: Report  

13-07-2018| Source:Moneycontrol.com

The company has a positive bias towards India and wants to grow its portfolio here. It also has certain focus areas where it wants to put the capital to work

Muthoot Finance eyes Rs 3000 cr personal loan portfolio by 2023

10-07-2018| Source:PTI

to offer the Personal Loan product in more than 20 cities of South India. The company aims to build a portfolio ( assets under management) of Rs 3,000 crore over next five years by 2023," he said in a press

US-China trade war to impact FPI inflows: Report

09-07-2018| Source:PTI

"We expect the US-China trade war to further discourage FPI (foreign portfolio investment) flows, although the direct real impact will be limited with exports just 12 percent of GDP

Portfolio check: These top 10 stocks could return 21-115% in 1 year

03-07-2018| Source:Moneycontrol.com

Reliance Securities Rajeev Srivastava advises investors to invest in quality stocks, which are less vulnerable to macro concerns and have healthy cash flow visibility

Rupee slide on FPI flows dip may lead to NRI bonds issue: Report

02-07-2018| Source:PTI

If the foreign portfolio investment flows do not revive by December, the rupee will depreciate further to over Rs 70 to a dollar, analysts at Bank of America Merill Lynch said in a note.

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