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Lifestyle Fund

A portfolio strategy that targets persons according to age group. That is, a lifestyle fund may invest in low risk, low return securities if the prospective investor is approaching retirement and simply wants a steady income. On the other hand, a lifestyle fund may invest in precisely the opposite securities if the potential holder is young and looking to make a good deal very quickly. A lifestyle fund has the advantage of a great deal of flexibility depending on the investment goals of most persons in each age group.
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The campaign, he said in a statement at the launch, seeks healthy life-style based on healthy diet and physical exercises.
Identified as an Industry 'mover and shaker' by Landscape Architect magazine, Wright urges all, specifically during the holiday season, to give the gift of literacy: not simply read or give a new book but identify and record life-style stories, too.
It is recommended that church members assess and change their own life-style to be more moderate and to study the possibilities they have to influence climate change mitigation.
Although the study showed that participants consuming moderate levels of alcohol had the lowest incidence of mobility limitation and disability, but after adjusting for life-style related variables substantially reduced the strength of the associations.
Mr Clarke told the court that during the criminal proceedings Sara Shea, who he said had become reliant on betablockers and sleeping tablets, had moved away from the trappings of her criminal life-style and had been working in Debenhams.
A friend said: "John led a crazy life-style for years, staying up late night after night.
In the third or final stage of Oblate/Dene relationship, McCarthy depicts "an increasingly separate life-style." Early on, it was the intermediatory role played by the Metis and the Dene with the Hudson's Bay Company that advanced the mission status of the Oblates.
But I find it difficult to consider Johnson a hero -- as the media does -- when he incurred the disease through his promiscuous life-style. And to tout him as a role model for young boys does a disservice to all the fathers and other men who, measured against Johnson's flamboyant life-style, lead exemplary but ordinary lives.
Most of all, there is a driving need to put aside divisiveness and overweening self-interest, to pull together as the small but highly productive community of like-minded people that we are--people who have chosen to live the life-style that is dance.
Also, if you are thinking about making a geographic move to get into a new career or life-style after retirement from your current work, it is important to decide which part of the country you most want to live in and whether you would be happier in an urban, suburban, or rural area.
When family life turned inward under the impact of the recession, those businesses which catered to a home-oriented life-style saw an upturn in activity which then led to an enormous increase in furniture and home furnishings stores opening in the area.
Questionnaires administered to participants in the Nurses' Health Study provide eight years of life-style and dietary information on 87,245 registered female nurses.