nonmarketable

non·mar·ket·a·ble

 (nŏn-mär′kĭ-tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a security that may not be sold by one investor to another but is generally redeemable by the issuer within limitations; nonnegotiable.
2. Difficult or impossible to market: a nonmarketable product.
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The author concludes that capital investment in these types of training programs in areas with high structural unemployment and older workers will prove unsuccessful, because such initiatives often provide nonmarketable training that fails to boost earnings.
introduced the auction providing loans secured by nonmarketable assets or guarantees, with a floating rate for 12 months of at least 5.
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This second edition includes a new chapter on the valuation of S corporations, as well as expanded treatment of valuation from the perspective of nonmarketable minority shareholders.
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Other assets such as land, natural resources, and nonmarketable securities -- appraised values;
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