Weekly Roundup: 401(k) Aggressive Growth Portfolio - 8/28/12August 28, 2012 @ 11:12 AM EST
About the Portfolio
The Aggressive Growth Model Portfolio is designed as a Long-Term Growth oriented strategy seeking maximum capital appreciation. The model utilizes a more aggressive version of our proprietary Adaptive Leadership System as our guide to security selection. A major component of the model's management strategy is the use of Risk Management strategies which are designed to keep portfolios in-tune with the "Big Picture Cycles" of the market.
Changes to Aggressive Growth Model Portfolio
Note: Prices for changes in the model portfolios are the close of trading on the day the position was added to or deleted from the Portfolio.
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