Balanced Investment Strategy

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Balanced Investment Strategy

An investment strategy that involves taking a certain amount of investment money and placing it equally or almost equally in high-risk and low-risk securities. This allows the investor to take some advantage of market upswings while not losing everything in a downturn. It requires less day-to-day management than an aggressive investment strategy, but more than a defensive one. For example, balanced investors are more likely to buy a certain speculative investment but also put an equal amount of money into Treasury notes.
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