Portfolio may refer to: In objects

In objects:

In collections:

  • Portfolio (finance), a collection of investments held by an institution or a private individual
  • Artist's portfolio, a sample of an artist's work or a case used to display artwork, photographs etc.
  • Career portfolio, an organized presentation of an individual's education, work samples, and skills
  • Electronic portfolio, a collection of electronic documents
  • IT Portfolio, in IT portfolio management, the portfolio of large classes of items of enterprise Information Technology (IT)
  • Patent portfolio, a collection of patents owned by a single entity
  • Project Portfolio, in Project portfolio management, the portfolio of projects in an organization
  • Ministry (government department), the post and responsibilities of a head of a government department

In computing:

  • Atari Portfolio, a palmtop computer
  • electronic portfolio, a portfolio that has been prepared for distribution online
  • Extensis Portfolio, a digital asset manager

In media:

  • Portfolio (Grace Jones album)
  • Portfolio (Yolandita Monge album)
  • Portfolio.com, a business magazine
  • Portfolio: An Intercontinental Quarterly, a cross-disciplinary literary journal published between 1945 and 1947

In people:

  • Almerindo Portfolio (1877–1966), Businessman, New York City Treasurer

In website

Other articles related to "portfolio":

Satellite (financial) - Mathematical Model - Diversification
... An investor can reduce portfolio risk simply by holding combinations of instruments that are not perfectly positively correlated (correlation coefficient ) ... to individual asset risk by holding a diversified portfolio of assets ... Diversification may allow for the same portfolio expected return with reduced risk ...
Lund XY - Portfolio
... Other companies in the LundXY portfolio HelloGroup, the fastest growing advertising agency in Scandinavia Zecco.com, free online stock trading ...
Satellite (financial) - Other Applications - Application To Other Disciplines
... In the 1970s, concepts from Modern Portfolio Theory found their way into the field of regional science ... works, Michael Conroy modeled the labor force in the economy using portfolio-theoretic methods to examine growth and variability in the labor force ... More recently, modern portfolio theory has been used to model the self-concept in social psychology ...
Satellite (financial)
... Modern portfolio theory (MPT) is a theory of finance that attempts to maximize portfolio expected return for a given amount of portfolio risk, or equivalently minimize risk for a given level ... as the standard deviation of return, and models a portfolio as a weighted combination of assets, so that the return of a portfolio is the weighted combination of the assets' returns ... correlated, MPT seeks to reduce the total variance of the portfolio return ...