An actively managed portfolio is a desired thing to have for the retail investors. They give the edge over passive investing assets since they can provide higher yield and resilience during volatile times.
Wealth management is an ongoing process that requires regular reviews. This is because the financial markets are constantly changing, causing asset fluctuations in the portfolio. It takes substantial experience and knowledge to execute the review of portfolios properly.
First of all, a portfolio manager has to consider various factors that come into play that impact assets in the portfolio.
If, for example, the portfolio consists of primarily fixed-income securities, the manager must follow all the macroeconomic indicators like CPI, interest rate, and Central Banks’ reports.
The portfolio composed of domestic or international equities is susceptible to the fundamental factors and the financial reports of the company that issued those equities.
Additionally, the portfolio manager has to take into consideration all the other major events, like shareholder meetings and the company’s new products presentation. All this has a heavy influence on the investors’ expectations. Which moves the price and yield of the underlying stock.
That said, the revision allows adjusting the portfolio yield to adhere to the initial investment goals. It’s the cornerstone of the portfolio’s success.
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