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Glossary of Investment Terms (Q)

The following are useful investment terms beginning with ‘Q’

Qualifying Policy
A Qualifying policy is a policy which pays out its proceeds free of tax. There are a number of conditions which need to be met by qualifying policies, which take into account your specific situation.

Quantitative Management
An approach to investment management which seeks to use statistical or numerical methods to create efficient portfolios, with the optimum risk/return trade-off. In many ways quantitative management takes away the human factor from investing.

A statistical division generally used in financial services to denote performance of, say, a particular type of fund. Comparisons of similar funds are shown in a league table, which is divided into four quarters or quartiles.

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