Forming an optimal investment portfolio

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The choice of the investor’s investment policy is determined by their capabilities and market conditions. The formed investment portfolio has some positive specifics and advantages over other types of capital investment. Portfolio investment allows not only to plan and evaluate the results of investment in various markets, but also to control them in order to achieve high investment efficiency. An investment portfolio can be formed from various market instruments of corporate stocks and bonds with varying degrees of security and risk, as well as investing in other financial instruments. However, it is worth noting that investment portfolios with alternative investments are increasingly common in practice.




Rebelsky, N. M., Alferov, V. N., Smirnov, V. V., & Prasolov, V. N. (2019). Forming an optimal investment portfolio. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(1), 3909–3914.

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