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Friday, January 23, 2009
The strategies employed by the manager needn’t be limited to buy-and-hold. For e.g., turnover can drive the profitability of the investment more than the upward trend in prices.

A SQUARE :: 23Jan09 Investors should look for bargains ...
Category Photography
Author Sona Blessing
Moreover, the manager should have market skills and connections that translate into a favorable value proposition for the investor. These include:
Access to private deals
Established distribution channels that minimise hold time and maximise price
The ability to JV with other market professionals to avoid overpaying and to increase marketing muscle
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