Top-down approach


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Top-down approach

A method of security selection that starts with asset allocation and works systematically through sector and industry allocation to individual security selection.
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It rates CSC using a top-down approach, which reflects CSC's strong operational and strategic linkages with the Taiwan government.
The top-down approach doesnt always work well when formulating sensible regulations.
Fernandez-Canque starts with a top-down approach to provide learners with an understanding of what is globally required from electronic systems.
IRRs provide financial professionals with a streamlined, top-down approach of assessing retirement savings and income goals without having to calculate and project individual line-item expenses," said Ron Mastrogiovanni, Founder & CEO of HealthView Services.
A new strategy has been proposed with the aim of altering the disease course and slow progression by re versing the treatment paradigm from a step-up to a top-down approach.
But he will also say that the old, top-down approach that Labour has taken in the past is not enough.
Fitch now applies its 'Ratings of Public Sector Entities - Outside the US' criteria to rate CPSCL with a top-down approach, rather than its Financial Institutions criteria.
Rather than beginning with the single-degree-of-freedom oscillator and its response features then gradually moving into more complex elements, Roy (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) and Rao, an engineering consultant in Bangalore, present a top-down approach to structural dynamics.
Organizations can perform service identification by taking a top-down approach, a bottom-up approach or a hybrid of the two.
Asked if he shared this assessment, Stern said "most countries favour a top-down approach for others".
The 3D top-down approach looks gorgeous and really shows the iPhone off as a brilliant system for gaming on the go, in addition to some cracking audio.
Whilst some supported the Commission's top-down approach in terms of setting infrastructure priorities - for instance Yannick Jadot (Greens-EFA, France) - others stressed the need to continue giving leeway to member states and to markets.