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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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Indeed, personal grievances, emotions and attachments militate against objectivity. Undoubtedly, complete objectivity is something unachievable, but one should try for maximum.
All the while, a commitment to objectivity as the ethic of sociology can make this turning away from controversy, this self-disciplining, seem above board and in the service of good.
Drawing on the work of thinkers Thomas Nagel, Adrian Moore, and Bernard Williams, the study explores the idea that all knowledge is self-knowledge, demonstrates that objectivity can only be reached through subjectivity, and considers what this means for how we should think about empirical knowledge.
Objectivity's technology is a key component of this design system because of its ability to handle the complexity of the data model natively.
Motivated by a question of whether there was a way to use the visualization tool to develop drill plans, Dasys started up Objectivity as MIRARCO's first commercial spinout and came up with DRX, short for drilling, reporting and targeting.
The matter was examined with professional objectivity and for want of criminal intent or evidence, was closed.
In culturally diverse societies such as Pakistan it is an important heuristic question whether journalists are applying the journalistic value of objectivity while reporting on culturally sensitive and complicated issues.
In Possibilities of Perception, Jennifer Church advances one interpretation of perception according to which perception is not constituted by the claim to objectivity implied in the mind-world relat ion per se, but rather by the experience of objectivity.
According to Rule 102 of the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct, "in the performance of any professional service, a member shall maintain objectivity and integrity, shall be free of conflicts of interest, and shall not knowingly misrepresent facts or subordinate his or her judgment to others." Rule 102 thus prohibits a member from knowingly misrepresenting facts or subordinating judgment when performing professional services for a client and employer.
Delivering a speech on the opening ceremony of new judicial year, Alkan said objectivity is sine qua non in fundamental necessities of a rule of law.