There are major differences between the approach of professional and private investors. All too often the portfolio of private investors fluctuates considerably and it is uncertain whether sufficient capital will ultimately be built up.
The investments of professional investors are usually more boring, but the chance of a higher capital at the end date is much greater. Private investors looking for a stable development of their assets in the long term can learn a lot from the pros.
This White Paper explains:
How you can build up a professional investment portfolio, the importance of mapping out the complete (financial) situation and formulating objectives.
How to follow-up and describe the what, how and why of the strategic investment allocation.
How professional investors give substance to the strategic asset allocation through investment instruments.
What should you pay attention to when choosing investment titles, when purchasing and selling, and how often do you check the development of the portfolio?