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Strategy

The general or specific approach to investing that an individual, institution, or fund manager employs.

Strategy

The principles guiding investment practices. A strategy may be simple, such as buy low, sell high, or complex, like many option strategies. The basic aim of any strategy is to make money, but each takes a different (sometimes very different) approach to achieve this goal.

strategy

a unified set of plans and actions designed to secure the achievement of the basic objectives of a business or of some other organization: BUSINESS OBJECTIVES represent the goals of the organization, i.e. the economic (and social) purposes for which the business exists; strategy is the means used to attain these goals. See BUSINESS STRATEGY, MARKETING STRATEGY, FOREIGN MARKET SERVICING STRATEGY.

strategy

see BUSINESS STRATEGY, COMPETITIVE STRATEGY, FOREIGN MARKET SERVICING STRATEGY, MEDIUM-TERM FINANCIAL STRATEGY.
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