Accounting Accounting, Finance, SPSS Coursework Paper (Coursework Sample)
DYNAMIC AND STATIC GROUPS
Recommended Asset Allocation for the Building Replacement Fund
Rebalancing of Investment Portfolio as of December 1, 2019
Cash and Cash Equivalents
Fixed Income - Domestic Bonds
Fixed Income - International Bonds ?
Equities - Large Cap Value
Equities - Large Cap Growth
Equities - Mid/Small Cap Value
Equities - Mid/Small Cap Growth
Equities - International
The organization can use dynamic asset groups and static asset groups. A static asset group contains assets that meet a set of criteria that you define according to your organization’s needs. Unlike with a dynamic asset group, the list of assets in a static group does not change unless you alter it manually.
Static asset groups provide useful time-frozen views of your environment that you can use for reference or comparison. For example, you may find it helpful to create a static asset group of Windows servers and create a report to capture all of their vulnerabilities. Then, after applying patches and running a scan for patch verification, you can create a baseline report to compare weaknesses on those same assets before and after the scan.
A dynamic asset group contains scanned assets that meet a specific set of search criteria. You define these criteria with asset search flit an active asset group allows you to track changes to your live asset inventory and secur
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