Template talk:Investment management

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As noted in Template talk:Investment styles sidebar, this template is intended to replace the sidebar template. Is there any reason not to incorporate this template? --LadyGeek 18:02, 19 January 2016 (MST)

I fixed a number of links. While this is better than the {{Investment styles sidebar}}, Category:Investment management covers much more than just Investment strategy and Investment style. This might need more thought if it's intended to replace {{Investment styles sidebar}}. --Peculiar Investor 21:02, 19 January 2016 (MST)
I added some of the main asset classes as a start. It overlaps with the asset class template though.--Quebec 16:36, 20 January 2016 (MST)
Any article can belong in multiple categories. It would make sense for the navigation templates to overlap as well. The reader is free to explore alternate paths. --LadyGeek 18:23, 20 January 2016 (MST)
This is a nice template that was not being used. I've added it to the articles on “Portfolio design” (group 1 in the navbox) and “Main asset classes” (Group 4 in the navbox). The logic is that there are sidebars for “Portfolio design and construction”, and “Asset classes”, that already appeared in these articles: these can be viewed as components of the wider topic of investment management. We have something similar with retirement planning, where there is a big navbox with everything in it, and most of the smaller subsets form sidebars (e.g., pensions, tax-advantaged accounts). I'm not sure what to do with Group 2 (Investment strategy) and Group 3 (Investment style) of the Investment management template (see discussion above), I don't remember if our musings about strategies versus styles ever converged on a solution...--Quebec 08:00, 1 January 2017 (MST)