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Beware of the downside
beta if the tremors persist.
Risk, edited by Frank Sortino and Stephen Satchell, 2001, Oxford, UK: Butterworth-Heinemann, Quantitative Finance Series, 267 pages
Holtzman does, of chemically suppressing idle thought and daydreaming in people ("Alzheimer Clue: Busy brain connections may have downside
," SN: 1/7/06, p.
The biggest downside
to being a CIO at that level is "it's high risk, high reward," Agar said.
The Committee perceives that, with appropriate monetary policy action, the upside and downside
risks to the attainment of both sustainable growth and price stability should be kept roughly equal.
Now, however, I think it has established strong credibility for ensuring price stability, both on the upside and the downside
Desmond O'Keefe (39), formerly of Downside
Abbey, Stratton-on-theFosse, Radstock, Somerset, pleaded guilty at Bristol Crown Court to 16 counts of making indecent photographs of children and two of making indecent pseudo photographs of children between 1997 and 2004.
To compensate an investor for this illiquidity, PIPEs are typically sold at a discounted price and also may offer attractive incentives like dividends, include certain clauses that mitigate risk (which other investors don't have) or offer downside
protection on the principal.
However, one downside
is that those wireless speeds can be erratic if the signal has to penetrate thick walls or transmit to a computer on a different floor.
Another strategy is buying a put option to protect an existing stock position, which is like buying downside
Ryan - kicked out of his comprehensive in South London at 14 - at first made swift academic and sporting progress at pounds 15,000-a-year Downside
, a Catholic boarding school in Somerset.