dynamic asset allocation


An investing strategy that seeks to expose an investor to a wide variety of investments without putting the principal at risk. The allocation is dynamic because the investment shifts between a zero-coupon bond or interest-bearing security and an underlying equity investment. A dynamic asset allocation is used in constant proportion portfolio insurance. also called guaranteed linked notes.
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