Investment Turnover

Investment Turnover

The number of shares traded in a portfolio over a given period of time, expressed as a percentage of the number of shares in the portfolio. A low turnover means that the portfolio is not being very actively managed; it also means that one's broker is making less in commissions, as he/she is paid per trade. See also: Churning.
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He continued, "It is difficult, obviously, to put an exact figure on the new investment turnover that eventually arises from any conference, but with the enthusiastic response we have received in London over these 10 days, it demonstrates the strong interest for our sustainable plantations model.
Beyond London there remains scope for further growth in investment turnover in 2014.
The firm expects activity will remain strong in 2014 and forecasts that by year end the total investment turnover will achieve a similar level to 2013, reaching approximately 2.
While investment turnover was relatively robust in 2013, there continues to be limited availability of prime investment stock, with the majority of lease expiries standing close to five years.
buyers are the most ambitious as steady improvement in the progress of property investment turnover is expected in 2013 and 2014.
When conducting random samplings, for instance, red flags may include accounts with a high rate of investment turnover, those with complex investments that may be unsuitable for a member, or a combination of loan accounts and nondeposit investment accounts that might indicate a member borrowed large sums of money to finance nondeposit investments.
established trend, in that approximately 20% of investment turnover in Central London originated from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states in the first
5 billion budget this year would be allocated for investment projects, in addition to $5 billion in last year's investment turnover.
The property firm forecast UK investment turnover to fall 30 to 40 per cent in 2008, and sees real opportunity in the UK market.
For a tax-efficient portfolio, consider low investment turnover, index funds with low capital-gains distributions, and perhaps taxfree municipal bonds in your brokerage account," says Vanguard's Stafford.
Of this, three-quarters goes to the United Kingdom, with Germany receiving only l percent of the investment turnover, clearly behind other EU countries such as France, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands, and Ireland.
During the 2003 fourth quarter, notable success was achieved year over year in increasing working investment turnover and, in particular, inventory turns.