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1. A plentiful supply of money, material goods, property; wealth, prosperity. 2. A great quantity; an abundance.


1. The amount of money or resources earmarked for a particular institution, activity or time-frame. 2. An itemized summary of estimated or intended expenditure for a given period; usually coupled with expected revenue. 3. A systematic plan for the expenditure of a usually fixed resource, such as money or time, during a given period. 4. The total sum of money allocated for a particular purpose or period of time.


A passive investment strategy that involves buying an asset and holding it over the long term despite any market price fluctuations.


1. Material wealth in the form of money or property. 2. Wealth in the form of cash or property that can be used to earn income. 3. The net worth of a business, which is the amount by which its assets are greater than its liabilities. 4. What you own free and clear. 5. Money that can be used to produce further wealth. 6. Advantage derived from or useful in a particular situation. 7. Any resource or resources that can be used to generate economic wealth. 8. The capitalist class considered as a group. 9. The assets of a business that remain after its debts and other liabilities are paid or deducted.


1. Coins and currency on hand and in bank account balances. Because cash is a nonearning asset, individuals and companies usually keep their cash balances to the minimum level required to sustain operations. 2. The value of assets that can be converted into cash immediately. Usually includes bank accounts and marketable securities, such as government bonds etc. Cash equivalents on balance sheets include securities that mature within 90 days.


1. Commendation or approval, as for an act or quality: she was given credit for her work. 2. A person or thing serving as a source of good influence, repute, ability, etc: a credit to the team. 3. The quality of being believable or trustworthy: that statement had credit. 4. Influence or reputation coming from the approval or good opinion of others: he acquired credit within the community. 5. Belief in the truth, reliability, quality, etc, of someone or something: I would give credit to that philosophy. 6. A sum of money or equivalent purchasing power, as at a shop, available for a person’s use. 7. The positive balance in a person’s bank account. 8. The sum of money that a bank makes available to a client in excess of any deposit. 8. The practice of permitting a buyer to receive goods or services before payment.
9. Reputation for solvency and commercial or financial probity, inducing confidence among creditors. 10. Acknowledgment of an income, liability, or capital item by entry on the right-hand side of an account. 11. A distinction awarded to an examination candidate obtaining good marks.


1. Money in any form when in actual use as a medium of exchange, especially circulating paper money. 2. Transmission from person to person as a medium of exchange; circulation: coins now in currency. 3. General acceptance or use; prevalence: the currency of a slang term4. The state of being current; up-to-dateness.


A risk management strategy to allocate an investment portfolio to different asset classes that on average yield a higher return by spreading the risk between high, medium and low-risk assets.


A distribution of a portion of a company’s profits to the shareholders, payable in cash, stock or other property. Profits that are not distributed remain with the company as retained earnings. Start-ups and high-growth companies rarely offer dividends because their profits are reinvested to help sustain higher-than-average growth and expansion. Larger, established companies tend to issue regular dividends to maximize shareholder returns in ways aside from capital growth.


1. Of or relating to the production, development, and management of material wealth, as of a country, household, or business enterprise. 2. Of or relating to an economy: a period of sustained economic growth. 3. Of or relating to the science of economics: new economic theories regarding the effects of deficit spending. 4. Of or relating to the practical necessities of life; material: wrote the book primarily for economic reasons. 5. Financially rewarding; economical: It was no longer economic to keep the manufacturing facilities open. 6. Efficient; economical: an economic use of home heating oil.

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