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Horizon

The length of time an investment is intended to last, usually expressed in years. Having a horizon helps an investor set his/her short-term and long-term investment plans. See also: Horizon analysis, Horizon return.

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Horizons acts have been showcased at some of the biggest festivals at home and internationally from Glastonbury, The Great Escape, Festival No.6, Focus Wales, to Eurosonic and SXSW.
Horizons ETFs Management (US) Llc is a member of the Horizons ETFs Group.
Dunn said: This partnership with Horizon Bank will provide us new opportunities to increase the depth of products and services we can offer to our customers, while providing significant value to our shareholders.
Under the terms of the agreement, the members of RCA will join Horizons USA and the four ETFs managed by Recon Capital will be managed by Horizons USA.
Previously managed by Newham College, New Horizons London will deliver the most up-to-date and technical training from Baltic Training Services, an apprenticeship provider that work with leading employers in the IT sector.
Cresa worked with Patrick Riley, president of New Horizons who owns the Wisconsin company with locations in Appleton, Brookfield and Madison.
Xilinx is terminating its distribution agreement with Nu Horizons due to a change in Xilinx's distribution strategy.
Horizons: The Cookbook contains several beautiful color photographs.
Drawing on its experience in multi-family and active adult housing, and its familiarity with the metropolitan area, Westminster Communities is tailoring The Horizons at East Brunswick as a new alternative for older adults who want to remain in the area but who desire a more carefree lifestyle without the burdens of home ownership.
In this paper, morphological descriptors are used individually, and in combination, to create sets of functional horizons. These are then tested to identify the morphological descriptors that are most effective for predicting soil water release characteristics and hydraulic conductivity.
Indicates accumulation of calcium carbonate (lime) or other carbonates in the B or C horizons.