90/10 strategy


A strategy of investing whereby 90 percent of an investor's funds are placed in lower risk, interest bearing investment vehicles, while the other 10 percent of the investor's funds are placed into higher risk investments, allowing essentially only 10 percent of the overall portfolio to be subject to high potential losses.
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8(a) firm 90-age formula