multiple discriminant analysis


MDA. A statistical technique used to evaluate financial decisions that proposes a set of alternatives, such as different shares of stock in a portfolio. An analyst takes multiple factors into account, such as different financial ratios, when choosing between stocks in order to design an efficient portfolio.
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