Results for: Diversification

In Business & Finance

What is diversification?

diversification is a strategy adopted by rational investors by spreading and committing their fund in several investment. ie, if one investment does bad the other want will do (MORE)
In Economics

What is economic diversification?

A portfolio strategy designed to reduce exposure to risk by combining a variety of investments, such as stocks, bonds, and real estate, which are unlikely to all move in the s (MORE)
In Environmental Issues

What is tobacco diversification?

Tobacco diversification is the efforts to help famers move awayfrom the declining value of the tobacco. Vineyards are nowreplacing many of the traditional tobacco farms, bring (MORE)
In 2008 Economic Crisis

What are advantages of diversification?

reducing risk of relying on only one or few income source . avoid cyclical or seasonal fluctuation by producing goods or services with different demand . achieving a higher (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

What is product diversification?

The process of expanding business opportunities through additionalmarket potential of an existing product. Diversification may beachieved by entering into additional markets a (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is concentric diversification?

concentric diversification . Type of diversification where a firm acquires or develops new products or services (closely related to its core business or technology) to enter (MORE)
In Agriculture

What is farm diversification?

it means for the farmers to change there farms if your doing homework like me just say it means for the farmers to change there farm and it doesnt m (MORE)
In Business & Finance

What is unrelated diversification?

Unrelated diversification is a form of production expansion in which the firm enters into the production of a good or service that is unrelated to previous business activities (MORE)
In Zoology or Animal Biology

How does plant diversification lead to animal diversification?

The more different types of plants there are to eat the more different types of animals will adapt and speciate to eat them. Look at the adaptive radiation of Darwin's finches (MORE)