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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.

life style

an individual's living pattern as expressed by his or her interests, values, activities and opinions. Life styles influence people's buying behaviour and thus the types of products they are likely to purchase. See SOCIOECONOMIC GROUP, BUYER BEHAVIOUR.
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According to her, NHIS needs to train a pool of professionals on lifestyle medicine to render services to the subscribers.
So, the point is not to discourage anyone from following a healthy lifestyle, Licher stressed.
Asia Lifestyle Magazine is created to be a one stop hub for those wishing to be informed by what Asia has to offer.
And in every lifestyle mall, we will always help and support local entrepreneurs in that area to flourish and build their businesses with us,' Tan said.
"We will be expanding our Lifestyle Malls footprint in key cities outside of Metro Manila starting next year and in 2021," he said.
To assess lifestyle, researchers grouped participants into favourable, intermediate and unfavourable categories based on their self-reported diet, physical activity, smoking and alcohol consumption.
The team found that living a healthy lifestyle was associated with a reduced dementia risk across all genetic risk groups.
Shares in Ten Lifestyle Group were up 5.4% at 73.00 pence on Monday.
In a lecture entitled 'The Promise of Lifestyle Medicine', Dr.
The rapid spread of lifestyle diseases in the UAE is worrying, with the government spending billions of dirhams every year to improve access to and quality of healthcare to combat such diseases.
The authority is using latest technology such as smart apps to identify people who are at high-risk of developing lifestyle diseases and assist them to make meaningful changes and improve their health.
The Lifestyle Medicine Global Alliance defines lifestyle medicine as "an evidence-based medical speciality" with "lifestyle therapeutic approaches" to prevent, treat, or modify noncommunicable chronic disease.