1. To take advantage of. 2. To use as or convert into capital. 3. To supply with capital or investment funds. 4. To authorize the issue of a certain amount of stock. 5. To convert debt into equity. 6. To calculate the current value of future cash flows. 7. To include expenditures in business accounts as assets instead of expenses.
1. The state of being liquid. 2. The quality of being readily convertible into cash: an investment with high liquidity. 3. Available cash or the capacity to obtain it on demand. 4. The ease with which an asset can be converted into money. Cash is liquid but shares in a company are less liquid because they must be sold in order to convert them into money. Assets such as property are even less liquid because they take longer to sell than shares.
1. To convert an asset, talent, passion, event, object or transaction into money by selling, licensing, packaging, or using it as security for a loan. Can include any form of currency or something with transferable value; stock, equipment, financial instruments, etc. 2. To convert into a source of cash flow. 3. To express value in terms of money. 4. To establish something as a currency, especially by minting coins. 6. To convert an economy from a barter system to the exchange of money.