Bricks and mortar of strong building

August 2011
Fund Strategy;8/30/2011, p22
Trade Publication
The article informs about the success achieved by the declined sectors of the FE Adviser Fund Index (AFI) portfolio. It states that this portfolio has shown a better risk and return profile as compared with some other equity indices. It further presents several graphs related to the history, achievements and declining factors of portfolios.


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