Precious Metals

Business / Finance / Precious Metals: Gold, silver, platinum, and palladium, which are used for their intrinsic value or for their value in production. These may be traded either in their physical state or by way of futures and options contracts, mining company stocks, bonds, mutual funds, or other instrument.

Other Words for Precious

Precious Adjective Synonyms: precise, exquisite, overrefined, chichi, over-nice, studied, artificial, effete, affected, overdone, pretentious, euphuistic, alembicated, twee, cutesy
Precious Noun Synonyms: dear, dearest, costly, expensive, high-priced, valuable, invaluable, prized, priceless, irreplaceable, pricey
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Metals (Implant)

Health / Dentistry / Metals (Implant): Strong and relatively ductile substances that provide electropositive ions to a corrosive environment and can be polished to a high luster, characterized by metallic atomic bonding. Most often used fo MORE

Precious Metals

Business / Finance / Precious Metals: Gold, silver, platinum, and palladium, which are used for their intrinsic value or for their value in production. These may be traded either in their physical state or by way of futures and options co MORE

Classification Of Metals

Health / Dentistry / Classification Of Metals: The noble metal classification system has been adopted as a more precise method of reporting various alloys in dentistry commonly used in crowns, bridges and dentures. These alloys contain varying per MORE

Asset Class

Business / Taxes / Asset Class: Different categories of investments are described as asset classes. Stock, bonds, and cash — including cash equivalents — are major asset classes. So are real estate, derivative investments, such MORE

Financial Instrument

Business / Taxes / Financial Instrument: A financial instrument is a physical or electronic document that has intrinsic monetary value or transfers value. For example, cash is a financial instrument, as is a check. Listed and unlisted securi MORE

Monetary Reserve

Business / Taxes / Monetary Reserve: A government’s monetary reserve includes the foreign currency and precious metals that its central bank holds. That reserve enables the government to influence foreign exchange rates and to manage i MORE

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