Name Professor Course Date Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management The author of the Article “Investment analysis and Portfolio Management” is Levisauskait is of great value to both investors and learners. This articles is a great source for skills and knowledge especially those who are interested in the expertise in business investment. Similarly Levisauskait helps business people to understand important concepts required in portfolio management as well as in business investments. For instance it does so by incorporating the blend of theories concerned with portfolio and the other practical issues which would be met by an individual specifically between what Levisauskait article describes as far as investment is concerned. This is because people invest so that they are able to save and improve their standards of living. There author of the article raises questions on the type of products one should invest in and the relevant region of business investment. As an investor the content of this article helps in developing interests in investment activities so that I may be in a position to enjoy self-employment rather than depending on industrial employment. Work Cited Kristina Levisauskait. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management. Vytautas Magnus University. 2012.4-116. http://www.bcci.bg/projects/latvia/pdf/8_IAPM_final.pdf [...]
You are required to submit a two page review of an article related to investments or portfolio management found in the professional press (Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Economist, standard business publications). Be sure to provide a complete reference to the article (publication, author if available, title, and date) and a brief summary (one paragraph) of the article. Include in your discussion the following 4 points. The assignment should be no more than 2 pages (with normal font and margins). What did you learn (most significant points)? What did it connect with that you knew previously and/or with what you have learned in this class? What questions does the article raise in your mind (e.g., what is unresolved)? How would this information impact you as an investor (either personally or professionally)?