>Investment decision making is a process of generating sets of alternatives
>in knowing the available entities to fund and then choosing between those
>sets of alternatives.
Yes - I saw a guy from MIT speak and it was fascinating the extent
to which you can look over a variety of options and by putting
together the right *set* of risks and returns you can optimise your
portfolio - very counterintuitive and needs mathematical formulae.
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