Definizione di Asset allocation
Asset allocation is term that defines safe or low-risk investments to mitigate losses from high-risk holdings; and hedging comprises the use of financial contracts such as currency futures, options or swaps to cancel out possible losses in transactions or holdings. A large part of financial planning is finding an asset allocation that is appropriate for a given person in terms of their appetite for and ability to shoulder risk.
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