Investment product line ipml

• The line of required returns for investment projects as a function of beta (non diversifiable risk).


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 Embedded terms in definition
Diversifiable risk
Required return
 Related Terms
Advance/decline line
Association for investment management and research
Balanced investment strategy
Bank line
Bottom line
Capital market line
Cash flow time line
Characteristic line
Closed end investment company
Closed end investment company or fund
Demand line of credit
Expected return on investment
Foreign direct investment
Future investment opportunities
Gross domestic product
Gross national product
Guaranteed investment contract
Guaranteed investment interest contract
Initial investment
Investment account
Investment adviser
Investment analysts
Investment bank
Investment banker
Investment club
Investment company
Investment decisions
Investment flows
Investment grade bonds
Investment horizon
Investment income
Investment management
Investment manager
Investment opportunities schedule ios
Investment quality
Investment tax credit
Investment trust
Investment value
Line of credit
Local government investment pool lgip
Mutually exclusive investment decisions
Net domestic product
Net investment
Old line factoring
On line trading
Open end investment company
Open ended investment company
Passive investment management
Passive investment strategy
Product cost
Product cycle
Product risk
Real estate investment trust
Real estate mortgage investment conduit
Red line method
Remic real estate mortgage investment conduit
Return on investment
Revolving line of credit
Security characteristic line
Security market line
Short term investment services
Straight line depreciation
Swing line
Time line
Trend line
Unit investment trust
Value line financial strength
Value line safety
Zero investment portfolio

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