Objective

(redirected from Objective point)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
John Paul II continues: "This does not mean that, from the objective point of view, human work cannot and must not be rated and qualified in any way.
Have a nonemployee look at the space from an objective point of view and offer criticisms.
They have a sense of possibly being on the periphery, they are looking towards the centre from an objective point of view.
However, even sophisticated security metrics programs have trouble communicating the relative effectiveness of their efforts to key stakeholders because there is no objective point of comparison.
Since there is no objective point of view in the world, a film is accurate as a documentary when the audience directly experiences the subject's own point of view.
ly/VtllNa) may have a more objective point of view about using the new system.
In reality, we see and comprehend better when we assess safety from an objective point of view--like watching a movie.
We felt our best avenue was to bring (issues of concern) to the town manager, and utilize him as more of an objective point of view," the union leader said.
Mr Willers said the Ministry of Defence (MoD) was suggesting the fear was unjustified when one looked at it from an objective point of view.
In Smaill's analysis, then, our neo-Platonist cave is the refuge of the self who seeks to escape from the extreme "facticity" (79) of things, and from the contingencies of Time and Death in "the objective world" (86), whereas authentic life is an "existential synthesis" between "one's subjectivity" and "the possibility of an externalized, objective point of view" (80).
London, June 13 ( ANI ): A new iPhone app allows uncertain girlfriends to review their feelings towards their boyfriend from an objective point of view.
Hiring an outside consultant to perform assessments can help family businesses to gain an objective point of view when it comes to performance reviews.