Fit

Business / Finance / Fit: Thte notion that a firm's choice of investments is separate from its owner's attitudes toward investments. Also referred to as portfolio separation theorem.

Other Words for Fit

Fit Adjective Synonyms: fitting, appropriate, fitted, suitable, suited, adapted, apt, meet, apropos, applicable, befitting, becoming, convenient, proper, right, correct, fitting
Fit Verb Synonyms: adjust, modify, change, adapt, alter, accommodate, shape, fashion
Fit Noun Synonyms: tantrum, eruption, explosion
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Defined Benefit Plan

Business / Finance / Defined Benefit Plan: A unit investment trust consisting of a fixed portfolio of securities, including blue chips, REITs, or high-yielding stocks on a major exchange such as the NYSE or FTSE. MORE

Profit Sharing Plan

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Profit Sharing Plan: A qualified retirement plan established and maintained by an employer which enables employees and their beneficiaries to participate in the profits of the employer's business. MORE

Profit Elasticity

Business / Search Engine Optimization (SEO) / Profit Elasticity: A measure of the profit potential of different economic conditions based on adjusting price, supply, or other variables to create a different profit potential where the supply and demand curves cross. MORE

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC)

Business / Finance / Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC): A federal agency that insures the vested benefits of pension plan participants (established in 1974 by the ERISA legislation). MORE

Risk-Benefit Analysis

Business / Agriculture / Risk-Benefit Analysis: Comparison of the short- and long-term risks to the overall societal benefits of an activity, chemical use, or technology. When risks and benefits are expressed in monetary terms, this is effectively MORE

Cost-Benefit Analysis

Business / Agriculture / Cost-Benefit Analysis: A quantitative and sometimes qualitative evaluation of the costs which would be incurred by some action (such as building a dam, or implementing an environmental regulation) versus the overall benefit MORE

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