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Portfolio Management

Course Assessment Report This report of 3,000 words, should embrace the performance of your portfolio during the semester. The emphasis should involve critical- thinking i.e. explaining how and why events took place and their outcomes without just describing what occurred. Discussion and analysis in the report should consider the following: The reasons for your choice of investments The total return on the portfolio Risk characteristics Key market-wide or industry- or firm-specific events that influenced trading decisions and subsequent results. Key market-wide or industry- or firm-specific events that influenced trading decisions and subsequent results. Use analysts’ reports and technical and fundamental analysis to support your decisions. This may include the Sharpe risk ratio. A criticism of the simulation with recommendations included in your conclusion. You will NOT be graded on the basis of your investment performance. The report should contain at least one graph showing the performance of your portfolio over time and describe how your portfolio performed in relation to “the market”. Formalities: Wordcount: 3,000 words +/- 10% Cover, Table of Contents, References and Appendix are excluded from the total wordcount. Font: Arial 12,5 pts. Text alignment: Justified. The in-text References  and the Bibliography have to be in Harvard’s citation style. Use analysts’ reports and technical and fundamental analysis to support your decisions. This may include the Sharpe risk ratio. A criticism of the simulation with recommendations included in your conclusion. You will NOT be graded on the basis of your investment performance. The report should contain at least one graph showing the performance of your portfolio over time and describe how your portfolio performed in relation to “the market”. Formalities: Wordcount: 3,000 words +/- 10% Cover, Table of Contents, References and Appendix are excluded from the total wordcount. Font: Arial 12,5 pts. Text alignment: Justified. The in-text References and the Bibliography have to be in Harvard’s citation style.