Food security1. The reliable availability of a sufficient quantity and quality of nutritious food for a population. 2. As used by some NGOs, the term also requires that localities or regions be self sufficient, in apparent ignorance of the impossibility of combining this with the first definition.
Hybrid securityHybrid security
A convertible security whose optioned common stock is trading in a middle range, causing the convertible security to trade with the characteristics of both a fixed income security and a common stock instrument.
Additional security feeAdditional security fee
An up-front, one-off fee paid to the lender to protect against the borrower defaulting on the loan. This is usually charged on mortgages of more than 75% of the property value. Also known as Indemnity Guarantee Premium and Mortgage Indemnity Premium.
Nonmarketable securityNonmarketable security
Securities that cannot be easily bought and sold.
Employee Retirement Income Security ActEmployee Retirement Income Security Act
In the US, a federal law introduced for the protection of participants in private pension plans.
Money market securityMoney market security
Short-term investment usually of less than one year.
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
Beta equation (security)
social security tax
Fixed dollar security
Monthly income preferred security (MIP)
Security Industry Automated Corporation (SIAC)
Security deposit (maintenance)
Social Security benefits
federal agency security
Asset backed security
Security selection decision
mortgage backed security
Security market line