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Federal agency security

In the US, a debt instrument with a high level of safety issued by a federal agency.



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Credit linked security

Credit linked security

A note whose cash flow depends upon a credit event or credit measure of a referenced entity or asset such as default, credit spread, or rating change. The manager would purchase such a note to hedge against possible down grades, or loan defaults that would guarantee payment into the portfolio of the manager even if moneys on referenced assets are reduced.


Graduated security

Graduated security

A security that has moved from listing on an exchange of less prominence to one of more prominence.


Security market plane

Security market plane

A plane that shows the relationship between expected return and the beta coefficient of more than one factor.


Security

Security

Piece of paper that proves ownership of stocks, bonds, and other investments.


Derivative security

Derivative security

A financial security such as an option or future whose value is derived in part from the value and characteristics of another security, the underlying asset.


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Security deposit (initial)
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Fixed dollar security
Mutilated security
Security selection decision
Security market line
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mortgage backed security
Monthly income preferred security (MIP)
social security disability income insurance
Security deposit (maintenance)
Senior security
Tax exempt security
Employee Retirement Income Security Act
Primitive security
high grade security
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Additional security fee
Hybrid security
debt security
social security tax
Social Security Disability Income Insurance
Supplemental Security Income


 
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