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Italian term or phrase:esposizione azionaria
English translation:stock exposure
Entered by: Federica Masante
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17:26 Jul 17, 2005
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Economics
Italian term or phrase: esposizione azionaria
Nel corso del primo semestre il fondo ha mantenuto un’esposizione azionaria pari a circa il 95% in linea con il benchmark di riferimento.
Federica Masante
Local time: 05:22
stock exposure
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as in:


http://www.wegenerllc.com/approach.asp
Our Adaptive Asset Management approach believes that small adjustments to your asset allocation may not adequately take advantage of a new market environment because shifts in the market environment could have dramatic effects on expected returns. Instead we try to adjust your asset allocation in parallel with the change in the market environment. Therefore, in a very positive stock market environment we may have *stock exposure* over 100% by using options. However, in a very negative stock market environment we may have a negative *stock exposure*, equivalent to a \"short\" position in stocks. The goal of the Adaptive Asset Management approach is to not just beat the performance of a benchmark target allocation, but to maximize your investment\'s performance.

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Linda 969
Local time: 05:22
Grading comment
thanks a lot
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4 +6stock exposure
Linda 969


  

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7 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +6
stock exposure


Explanation:
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Note added at 8 mins (2005-07-17 17:35:30 GMT)
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as in:


http://www.wegenerllc.com/approach.asp
Our Adaptive Asset Management approach believes that small adjustments to your asset allocation may not adequately take advantage of a new market environment because shifts in the market environment could have dramatic effects on expected returns. Instead we try to adjust your asset allocation in parallel with the change in the market environment. Therefore, in a very positive stock market environment we may have *stock exposure* over 100% by using options. However, in a very negative stock market environment we may have a negative *stock exposure*, equivalent to a \"short\" position in stocks. The goal of the Adaptive Asset Management approach is to not just beat the performance of a benchmark target allocation, but to maximize your investment\'s performance.



Linda 969
Local time: 05:22
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 36
Grading comment
thanks a lot

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Kieran McCann: or 'exposure to equities/equities exposure' (BE)
5 mins
  -> thanks, Kieran!

agree  swisstell
20 mins
  -> thanks, SwissTell!

agree  Giusi Pasi
24 mins
  -> thanks, Giusi!

agree  Stefan de Boeck
2 hrs
  -> thanks, saitch!

agree  Jean Martin: or equities exposure
3 hrs
  -> thanks, Jean!

agree  Peter Cox
10 hrs
  -> thanks, Peter!
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