window-dressing. The deceptive arrangement of something, usu. facts or appearances, to make it appear more attractive or favorable. ? The term is often used to describe the practice of some financial managers, esp. some managers of mutual funds, to sell certain positions at the end of a quarter to make an investment’s quarterly performance appear better than it actually was. See PORTFOLIO PUMPING.
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