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Different Types of Portfolio Analyses for Firm's Management Team

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1. List and describe the different types of portfolio analyses available to a firm's management team. (BCG MATRIX AND GE BUSINESS SCREEN).

2.Fully describe the value of portfolio analysis.

3.In detail, indicate its dangers/limitations.

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Portfolio Analysis:

This is the process where every investment that is being held in the portfolio is evaluated on how it generally affects the total performance of the company. Through the portfolio analysis process, a determination is sought on the variance of an individual security, the allocation of assets in the portfolio and the amount of the diversification. Through the portfolio analysis process, the analyst seeks to establish the modes that can be used in the mitigating any risks that are present. The products and the services that make up the association in the business portfolio will hence be protected (Understanding Portfolio, 2011).

The Portfolio Analysis Available to the Management Team of the Organization:

The organization's portfolio is the total composition of the products and the services that make up the operations of the company. It is significant to state that these two methods will give the management body the ability to determine the optimum allocations of the company resources hence utilizing all the available ...

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