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riskless

(ˈrɪskləs)
adj
free of risk
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Adj.1.riskless - thought to be devoid of risk
safe - free from danger or the risk of harm; "a safe trip"; "you will be safe here"; "a safe place"; "a safe bet"
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Once the lower-bound estimate is established, we can test for the potential to make Riskless Profits.
Even during bubbles and panics, which are prime moneymaking opportunities for savvy investors, there are no riskless profits and no way to forecast market turning points.
Insurance companies also issue shares in the island's booming stock market, which is open every day, and where a riskless bond is also traded.
MANY PEOPLE TODAY appear to be seeking a riskless society.
It hasn't been necessary to do more than make riskless predictions--predictions of events that have already happened--to see that this technology will make a difference," Castronova concludes.
7) Three portfolio allocation options are considered--100 percent investment in riskless index bonds (yielding 2.
However, if the firm has the option of issuing debt and making that debt riskless by hedging, then it can eliminate the difference between outside investors' and the managers' valuation of the debt.
However, this process makes no explicit reference to equilibrium in the market for riskless assets.
Conine, 1983, "A Note on the Riskless Option Hedge", Quarterly Review of Economics and Business, 23:108-111
Because of this, one can often exactly replicate the payoff to an option with a suitably managed portfolio of the underlying asset and a riskless asset.
In the investment world, proposing a riskless investment with high rewards is tantamount to selling a perpetual motion machine or a pill that turns water into gasoline.
Comparing the average change in the one-month riskless rate from the day before a change in the policy target to the day after suggests that policy actions are largely anticipated.