Market timing 1.

Definition: [crh] Used in the practice of Asset allocation. Based on public information, managers actively decide which stocks, sectors, countries, or asset classes to over orDefinition: underweight. Market timing takes advantage of a small but important amount of predictability in asset returns. The strategy contrasts with the buy-and-hold strategy in which a portfolio is decided oDefinition: n and held for long periods of time. Market timing is an active rather than passive strategy.

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