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Objective (mutual funds)

The fund's investment strategy category as stated in the prospectus. There are more than 20 standardized categories. E.g. Aggressive growth, balanced.
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This has narrowed the weight differences with objectives of other magnification levels, reducing inconveniences in replacing the objectives.
It is often necessary during the design process to add some new objectives in the hierarchical structure or to neglect some irrelevant objectives.
The United States backed into the Vietnam War with unclear political objectives, and with military objectives that were at times disconnected from political realities.
There is a possibility of differing objectives of financial reporting for private company users.
In order to cost effectively meet these objectives providers must address the valuation of data, providing appropriate storage of patient data including long term archival.
With behaviorism as a psychology and philosophy of learning, objectives are stated prior to instruction.
The purpose was to allow students to demonstrate their mastery of the objectives designed around the wall chosen by the teacher candidate.
Setting corporate objectives means clarifying the strategic and policy requirements of the organisation and setting and agreeing complementary operational objectives in relation to them.
The contention of this article is simple: the odds are overwhelmingly against a software-intensive program achieving the goals and objectives established in its initial APB.
Company-level controls permeate an organization and have a significant impact on how it achieves its financial reporting and disclosure objectives.
Several key principles guide the watershed protection approach: place-based focus, stakeholder involvement and partnerships, environmental objectives, problem identification and prioritization, and integrated actions.
The district's students met AYP objectives for participation rate and percent proficient in both math and English.