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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.
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He said that all parties should objectively and justly treat the Pakistani anti-terrorist efforts, instead of simply blaming them.
The Minister for Housing ( the Minister ) requires suitably qualified and experienced consultants to prepare an objectively assessed housing need report ( OAHNR ) to inform the next Island Plan 2021-2030.
In order for an employer to objectively set a retirement age for employees, s/he needs to show they were acting to further a legitimate aim of the business and their actions to achieve that aim were proportionate.
Each raised questions about whether they complied with two Bar advertising rules: 1) whether they promised results to potential clients; and 2) whether they characterized the "skills, experience, reputation, or record" of the firm in a way that is not objectively verifiable.
Nothing would really be objectively good or bad, or right or wrong, if God does not exist.
We also assessed swallowing function objectively by fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of.
Supreme Court, and with it, a new case exploring what could be a significant decision when it comes to directors and officers making objectively or subjectively false statements.
I can demonstrate objectively that cats are of a great value, and the charter issue of Cat Fancy magazine can serve as part of the evidence.
We would certainly look at any proposal put forward by the WRU objectively," said chief executive Stephen Reardon.
Dr Henri Tuomilehto, who took the study, said: "Only 62 per cent of those who lost between 11 and 33lb were objectively cured, as were 38 per cent of those who lost between zero and 11lb.
The hypothesis of this study was that soccer players and dancers have different balance abilities, and that these differences could be objectively measured using center of pressure (COP) measurements.
In Response to Kenneth Nahigian's stimulating essay on objectivity in his column, "Philosophically Speaking," (May/June 2008), human beings exist just as objectively as rocks or trees do.