Safety motive

• A motive for holding cash or near-cash--to protect the firm against being unable to satisfy unexpected demands for cash.

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 Dollar safety margin
Margin of safety
Precautionary motive
Safety cushion
Safety net return
Safety of principal
Safety stock
Speculative motive
Transactions motive
Value line safety

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