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Over the past few years, there has been an ever increasing interest in the subject of financial portfolio management. More and more people have made a transition from investment in individual securities to investment in a diversified portfolio of securities. Much of this new interest has been generated by the so-called "bull market" of the past 10 to 15 years. And yet, the underlying problems of portfolio management have existed for many centuries. In the early days of financial portfolio management, portfolios were a collection of securities, mostly "bonds" (guaranteed obligations of governments, corporations and other institutions). A portfolio manager would buy some securities from time to time as they seemed appropriate. In addition, one would hedge his portfolio by selling some of the securities he was holding and buying other securities that would offset any fluctuations in the value of the portfolio. This was "diversification" in its most primitive form. Some modern portfolio managers believe that a portfolio should contain securities with different investment characteristics, rather than a "bunch" of securities that have a common characteristic. However, this was the beginning of portfolio management. There was no theory to guide portfolio managers; they just looked at securities and bought them. They hedged with the securities they had sold, or they sold to the securities they had bought. There were no theories to help them. In the 20th century, with the advent of computers, portfolio management has become much more sophisticated and has developed into an active science. Today, portfolio management is about selecting and managing the right securities to build a portfolio with an acceptable degree of risk for the investor's expectations. The methods of portfolio management and the theories behind them are relatively well developed, and the field is governed by several international bodies. For example, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) maintains a web site, www.sec.gov, which provides information on the regulations governing the securities markets, as well as a link to a "Laws & Rules" site, which provides access to the SEC's Rules of Securities Exchange. However, the SEC does not publish a full list of all the rules governing the securities markets and does not actually apply them to the activities of individual investors. International stock markets also have rules and regulations that govern their activities. The Financial Services Authority (FSA) of the United Kingdom publishes a web site, www.fsa.gov.uk, which provides information about regulations governing the activities of stockbrokers, investors and stock market vendors in the United Kingdom. However, the FSA

 

 


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