Suitable

(redirected from suitableness)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.

Suitable

Describing a strategy or trading philosophy in which the investor is operating in accordance with his(her) financial means and investment objectives.

Suitability

The legal requirement than an investment adviser, broker, or other party act in a way most likely to fit a client's investment goals. See also: Fiduciary responsibility.
References in periodicals archive ?
Receiving that early shipment of Sharps ammunition, our Captain James Young of the Fifth Kansas Cavalry armed with the Starr carbine wrote to the office of the Chief of Ordnance: "I have made some experiments with the arm for the purpose of determining the suitableness of the Sharps Carbine cartridge for it and find that this cartridge is too short; the chamber of Starr's Carbine being longer than that of the Sharps, and the consequence is, the explosion of the cap does not always ignite the cartridge.
Just like the word economy, the word 're-casting' was subject to a long discussion with regards to its suitableness and as to precisely what it entails; other like words that were proposed by the speakers and participants include 're-embedding', 're-insertion' and 'reconnecting', all of which indicates a general sense that economics as understood and practiced today has been disembodied or divorced from the real needs of the society within which it operates.
2012) recently outlined a series of "best practices" for identifying fossils to use as calibration points in divergence dating studies and are here cited as a guide for the evaluation of the suitableness of Itea fossils for use as calibration points.
John Polkinghorne has discussed the suppleness of our world, and its suitableness for a life of soul making.