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  1. The investment environment of UK with regard to the Nelly Capital business
  2. Alternatives for asset allocations for the business
  3. The necessary investment approaches that may be applicable to the business

Traditionally, the investment climate in a country or in the world refers to the prevailing financial and economic conditions that affect the investors in a place. In this case, an investor is an individual or institution that is willing to lend money to an operating business in order to get a stake there. Notably, Johnson (2013) implies that, the rate of investment depends on the investment environment in a country. Further, the investment environment of any country is also linked to that of the whole world. As such, a favourable investment leads to an increase in investment while an unfavourable investment environment discourages investment. This report presents an analysis of the investment environment of UK with regard to the Nelly Capital business. It also presents alternatives for asset allocations for the business, and the necessary investment approaches that may be applicable to the business.

[...] With this environment, Nelly Capital has various choices in which it may allocate its assets. Importantly, the process of asset allocation involves balancing the risks and the reward of investments based on the investor's tolerance for risk, time frame of the investment and the objectives they have. The process of asset allocation involves the assets invested in a given portfolio with the aim of balancing the total risks and rewards (Abbink2010). Further, Abbink finds out that the return of an investment portfolio is dependent on the asset allocation. [...]

[...] Great Britain. (2011). The impact of UK overseas aid on environmental protection and climate change adaptation and mitigation: fifth report of session 2010-12. Vol Vol London, Stationery Office. Johnson, R. S. (2013). Debt markets and analysis. Hoboken, N.J., John Wiley & Sons Lee, W. (2000). Theory and methodology of tactical asset allocation. [...]

[...] In addition, many investors have developed complex systems that guide them in predicting the movement of the capital markets and the stocks. These systems take into account of the several factors that relate to a specific market and try to predict the movement of prices and hence rates of return for purposes of positioning themselves. Some of the typical methods of analysis applied by typical managers include macroeconomic analysis, technical analysis, quantitative analysis, and the fundamental analysis. Consequently, it seems that the active investment strategy relies on inefficiencies of the market. [...]

[...] In this regard, the managers, in this case, do not have the freedom to make decisions about choosing between securities to buy and the ones to sell. Contrary, the investment managers, in this case, follow the specified methodology of portfolio construction that is guided by the index. In specific, the manager seeks to copy the performance of the index as closest as they can afford to. Consequently, passive managers prefer investing in asset classes or broad sectors of the market, and, therefore, achieve average rates of return from various markets. [...]

[...] E., Grogan, K., & Lim, T. (2010). Active versus Passive Management. [...]

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