nonspeculative

nonspeculative

(ˌnɒnˈspɛkjʊlətɪv)
adj
finance not speculative
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As a result, although the percentage return of nonspeculative issues tends to be smaller, the peso amount of returns can be higher.
While the characterization of special benefits is fact-specific, there is a growing consensus among a number of states and legal scholars that all benefits should be considered in estimating the market value of a remainder, effectively moving to a strict adherence of the concept of market value, and that nonspeculative increases in value should be acknowledged.
* It rescues the normal functions of art towards its de-commodification and recovery of a spontaneous and nonspeculative character.
"Nonspeculative Bubbles in Experimental Asset Markets: Lack of Common Knowledge of Rationality vs.
The measures focus on helping the market work for those wanting to buy homes for nonspeculative purposes, and will be limitedly imposed on areas showing signs of overheating, such as the entire cities of Seoul and Sejong, and parts of Gyeonggi Province and Busan.
In engineering, risk is commonly divided into speculative risk of potential economic losses or gains and nonspeculative or pure risk related to damaging phenomena, such as failures and accidents of physical objects as well as disturbances in computer networks and damage to information systems [4].
That is, they would provide the reserves required to accommodate the "legitimate," nonspeculative, demands for credit.
2012) (reading a corporate certificate to require mandatory redemption and holding that in an appraisal action a court may properly consider a nonspeculative, contractually mandated redemption set to occur six months after the merger when valuing preferred stock); Fletcher Int'l, Ltd.
However, one can adjust nonspeculative losses against gains from speculative businesses.