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.
Margin securityMargin security
A security that may be bought or sold in a margin account as defined in Regulation T.
Security market planeSecurity market plane
A plane that shows the relationship between expected return and the beta coefficient of more than one factor.
Beta equation (security)Beta equation (security)
The market beta of a security is determined as follows: Regress beta of stock y on excess returns of the market. The slope coefficient is beta. Define n as number of observation numbers. Beta= [(n) (sum of [xy]) ]-[ (sum of x) (sum of y)]/ [(n) (sum of [xx]) ]-[ (sum of x) (sum of x)] where: n = # of observations (usually 36 to 60 months) x = rate of beta for the S&P 500 index y = rate of return for the security. Related: beta
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.
Security market lineSecurity market line
Line representing the relationship between expected return and market risk or beta. The slope of this line is the risk premium for beta.
Further SuggestionsDerivative security
high grade security
Fixed dollar security
Supplemental Security Income
social security disability income insurance
Monthly income preferred security (MIP)
International Security Market Association (ISMA)
Security deposit (initial)
Security Industry Automated Corporation (SIAC)
federal agency security
Security deposit (maintenance)
Security selection decision
Security Market Line