Portfolio

A collection of securities owned by an investor.

portfolio

A selection of different investments held by you.

Portfolio

A collection of investments, real and/or financial.
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Portfolio

Is the holding of a collection of investments. For some individuals and institutions it is the entire holdings consisting of both assets and liabilities.
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Portfolio

The collection of investment holdings of a particular investor usually with reference to its composition – i.e. the mix of different classes of securities, such as bonds, property, shares and cash, or if in a single asset class, the mix of different sectors and stocks.
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Portfolio

A combination of two or more securities or assets.
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Portfolio

A collection of securities held by an investor.
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Portfolio

Refers to investment holdings. It can either refer to the holdings within a particular fund or the range of investments held by an individual investor.
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Portfolio

A collection of financial assets.
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portfolio

[n] - a list of the financial assets held by an individual or a bank or other financial institution 2. [n] - a case for carrying papers or drawings or maps 3. [n] - the role of the head of a government department
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Portfolio

A number of stocks held by an individual or company.
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Portfolio

Portfolio:
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Portfolio

A collection of investments (including property) held by an individual
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Portfolio

(In modelling:) Also called a Book or Model's Book. A notebook conaining a collection of a model's best photographs (usually size 8'x10') and tear sheets demonstrating their abilities in front of the camera. Models can usually purchase good portfolios stamped with their agency's name and logo directly from the agency, but plain black portfolios wor...
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Portfolio

A collection of securities owned by an investor.
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Portfolio

A group of investments held by an institution or individual.The process of choosing which... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/portfolio.htm?id=1144&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of portfolio'>more</a>
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Portfolio

A case for holding loose papers, consisting of two covers joined together at the back and usually tied in the front and the ends
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Portfolio

A group of prints or drawings issued by an artist
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portfolio

A collection of financial assets - investments in shares, fixed interest stocks, cash and property - held by an investor
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Portfolio

A group of prints, often though not necessarily, by the same artist and presented as group, often based on a related theme. Sometimes they will be considered as a set or series of images. The term also applies to the physical folder in which such series may be held.
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Portfolio

A group of investments held across asset classes (stocks, bonds, real estate, gold) or within the same asset class (exposure to stocks across companies and industries).
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portfolio

Collection of investments, normally consisting of shares, fixed interest stocks and cash. Good portfolios have an objective and the selection of investments is designed to achieve it. Concentrated/lop-sided portfolio is a portfolio containing only a few shares, or shares in the same industry.
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Portfolio

Port·fol'io noun [ French portefeuille ; porter to carry + feuille a leaf. See Port to carry, and Folio .] 1. A portable case for holding loose papers, prints, drawings, etc. 2. Hence: The office and functions of a minister of state or member of th...
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portfolio

1. A portable case for holding loose papers, prints, drawings, etc. ... 2. Hence: The office and functions of a minister of state or member of the cabinet; as, to receive the portfolio of war; to resign the portfolio. ... Origin: F. Portefeuille; porter to carry + feuille a leaf. See Port to carry, and Folio. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01...
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portfolio

noun the role of the head of a government department; `he holds the portfolio for foreign affairs`
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