Unique Skill ID: KS125686XYXMFYK3C7VH

Institutional Investing

Institutional investing refers to the buying and selling of financial assets on behalf of large organizations, such as pension funds, insurance companies, endowments, and government agencies. It is a specialized skill that involves expertise in portfolio management, financial analysis, risk management, and asset allocation. Institutional investors often have significant influence on financial markets due to their large capital base and long-term investment horizon. Successful institutional investing requires a deep understanding of market trends, macroeconomic factors, and company-specific fundamentals.

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