Sunday, May 5, 2013

Opportunistic investing

A strategy characterized by targeting underperforming and/or undermanaged properties,or properties that are temporarily depressed,and then using high degrees of leverage (borrowed funds) to acquire the property,hold it for a short period of time,and then sell it at an expected profit of at least 20 percent.

An opportunistic investment strategy is one that seeks to produce the greatest possible returns from all available opportunities for investment at any given time irrespective of any self-imposed limitations, exclusions, or concerns about pursuing a conventional or balanced approach. Opportunistic investing represents a truly independent approach to directing capital to the highest potential, risk-adjusted returns available at the time of the investment decision. The strategy can be triggered by events or situations that create short-term opportunities to capitalize on price fluctuations or imbalances.

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