Earned Equity Growth

Business / Finance / Earned Equity Growth: Penalty paid by the holder of a fixed-term investment penalizing an investor who withdraws money before the agreed-upon maturity date.

Other Words for Equity

Equity Noun Synonyms: fairness, impartiality, even-handedness, justice, fair play, objectivity, disinterest, fair-mindedness, equitableness, open-mindedness, disinterestedness, neutrality, tolerance, judiciousness, right-mindedness, high-mindedness
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Other Words for Growth

Growth Verb Synonyms: development, evolution, evolvement, cultivation, nurturing, increase, expansion, broadening, extension, enlargement, spread, proliferation, flowering
Growth Noun Synonyms: advance, advancement, success, improvement, expansion, rise, progress
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Negative Equity

Business / Debt / Negative Equity: A situation where the purchaser of a property has taken out a mortgage and some time after the purchase, the value of the property falls below the mortgage amount. MORE

Net Assets (Owners Equity)

Business / Accounting / Net Assets (Owners Equity): The ownership interest in the assets of an entity: equal total assets minus total liabilities. MORE

Net Present Value Of Growth Opportunities

Business / Finance / Net Present Value Of Growth Opportunities: A model valuing a firm in which net present value of new investment opportunities is explicitly examined. MORE

Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities (LEAPS)

Business / Taxes / Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities (LEAPS): These long-term options on stocks have expiration dates of up to three years rather than the shorter terms of most stock options, which are never longer than nine months. The benefit of LEAPS, from an MORE

Long-Term Debt-To-Equity Ratio

Business / Finance / Long-Term Debt-To-Equity Ratio: A capitalization ratio comparing long-term debt to shareholders' equity. MORE

Logistic Growth Model

Science / Biology / Logistic Growth Model: A model of population growth in which the population initially grows at an exponential rate until it is limited by some factor; then, the population enters a slower growth phase and eventually stabili MORE

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