Automatic Rebalancing

Automatic Rebalancing

A strategy in which gaining investments in a portfolio are sold and the profits reinvested in an out-of-favor industry or stock. Because the out-of-favor stocks are not followed closely, they may be undervalued. Automatic rebalancing may therefore result in higher gains at the same level of risk.
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Taking advantage of online tools such as budgeting and debt management programs and apps, professional investment advice and savings features like target date funds, automatic rebalancing and managed accounts, are all things that will help workers close the savings gap.
Automatic rebalancing: Automatic rebalancing of the portfolio is essential to maintain the asset allocation at predefined levels.
The variable annuity's immediate attraction--at least for me, in the 1970s--was automatic rebalancing.
Risk profiled solutions, with regular and automatic rebalancing, can reassure advisers that investments will remain appropriate.
Enables 100% uptime through automatic rebalancing and fault-tolerance, which ensure that there is no degradation to performance or availability.
Additionally, automatic contribution escalation is now offered by 47 percent of plans (up from 17 percent in 2006) and automatic rebalancing is offered by 49 percent of plans (up from 27 percent in 2006).
Optimize your plan by offering automatic options such as automatic enrollment, automatic rebalancing and automatic deferral increases.
Its online interface, which includes automatic rebalancing, overseen by an experienced management team, will keep annual management fees at 1 per cent or less (including VAT).
If you are looking at an automatic rebalancing of your portfolio without the hassle of rebalancing and the incidence of taxation on every transaction, hybrid funds are an ideal option.
Consider plans with features like automatic enrollment, automatic rebalancing, and automatic deferral increases.
Enables 100% uptime and no degradation in performance even during automatic rebalancing and data migration that happens in the event of node failure and during routine rolling upgrades and hardware backups and restores.
9% rate of sub-millisecond performance and 100% uptime through automatic rebalancing and fault-tolerance, which ensure that there is no degradation to performance or availability.
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