post-modern portfolio theory (PMPT)


A method of allocating portfolio investments based on assets versus the risk of negative returns, also referred to as downside risk. This method of portfolio optimization is more flexible than modern portfolio theory (MPT) and can be tailored to accommodate the risk aversion of individual investors.
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posting post-money valuation