undiversified


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undiversified

(ˌʌndaɪˈvɜːsɪˌfaɪd)
adj
not diversified; not varied
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Adj.1.undiversified - not diversifiedundiversified - not diversified      
homogeneous, homogenous - all of the same or similar kind or nature; "a close-knit homogeneous group"
diversified - having variety of character or form or components; or having increased variety; "a diversified musical program ranging from classical to modern"; "diversified farming"; "diversified manufacturing"; "diversified scenery"; "diversified investments"
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NOTHING can be more uniform and undiversified than the life of the Typees; one tranquil day of ease and happiness follows another in quiet succession; and with these unsophisicated savages the history of a day is the history of a life.
Hu strongly endorsed the use of the fictional diversified shareholder concept, with some qualifications, (58) primarily on the basis that its underlying assumptions about the broad extent of shareholder diversification are more realistic than the assumptions underlying the fictional undiversified shareholder concept.
Oil-rich nations often develop undiversified mono-economies, whereas resource-poor countries like Japan have learned to develop robust, complex economic machines.
The room is (literally) manned by a distinctly undiversified crew of white, male, wisecracking reporters dressed in coats, ties and straw or fedora hats.
* Rushing into real estate, often on a local and undiversified basis, in the same way that investors stampeded into tech stocks in the 1990s.
To understand executive incentives and executive pay, it is vital to: 1) look at wealth, not just annual pay; 2) measure the value of stock and options to executives who are largely undiversified; and 3) measure the sensitivity of executive wealth to controllable changes in shareholder wealth, such as shareholder return net of market and industry factors.
Therefore, risk-averse and undiversified executives rationally discount the value of the equity-based pay." (10) Thus, equity-based pay is generally more expensive--because companies must grant more of it in expected value--than less risky cash compensation.
CEOs employed by undiversified property-liability insurers, by insurers with greater ownership by outside board members, and by insurers subject to greater regulatory attention receive lower bonus payouts.
Government's indebtedness is still within the 'BBB' median of 40% of GDP, yet a lower debt burden in Aruba is desirable given that the economy is small, open and undiversified, and hence more vulnerable to external shocks than its rating peers.
"It gives them an undiversified position, which we have seen most recently in the US with Enron.
A diversified portfolio typically provides investors with a more-efficient balance between portfolio risk and return than an undiversified portfolio."
The same pattern can be seen in other "booming" towns in proposed corridor regions, partly because of undiversified economies with heavy dependence on resource-extractive industries.