Investment opportunity set

Investment opportunity set

The universe of choices as to investments available to an individual or corporation.

Investment Opportunity Set

All of the investments that a person or company is able to make at a given point in time. What determines an individual investment opportunity set is largely what the investor is able to afford, whether through equity financing, debt financing, venture capital, or even personal savings.
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This methodology aims to provide exhaustive coverage of the relevant investment opportunity set with a strong emphasis on index liquidity, investability and replicability.
Further, expanding the investment opportunity set to include, for example, high-yield debt and a greater allocation to emerging market equity could help enhance expected return.
Although the investment opportunity set of the plan is limited to the available menu choices, participants can freely allocate their contributions among these options.
MSCI states that it expects this development to contribute to the further expansion of the global investment opportunity set available to institutional investors.
This aims to provide exhaustible coverage of the relevant investment opportunity set with a string emphasis on index liquidity, inevitability and replicability.
If you know anyone in the market for a fabulous flat or amazing investment opportunity set in a lovely gated complex with a gym, pool and gardens in the heart of Fulham.
Srinidhi, 2000, The effect of investment opportunity set and debt level on earnings-returns relationship and the Pricing of discretionary accruals, department of accountancy city university of Hong Kong, http://papers.
However, the Sharpe-Lintner-Mossin version of the CAPM is a single period model, and does not account for the possibility of changes in the investment opportunity set, represented by all possible combinations along the capital market line, that is, the risk free asset and the risky asset portfolio with the maximum Sharpe ratio.
Gaver, 1993, "Additional Evidence on the Association between the Investment Opportunity Set and Corporate Financing, Dividend and Compensation Policies," Journal of Accounting and Economics, 16, 125-140.
We extend this strand of research to examine deeply the corporate governance role of controlling shareholders in Mexico by investigating the positive (convergence of interest) or negative (entrenchment) effects of controlling shareholders (families) on the relation between the investment opportunity set and the firm value.
Therefore, a meaningful comparison of the investment opportunity set before and after the addition of some tradable securities requires a systematic approach that has as its foundation a common portfolio selection procedure.
A firm begins a sequence subsequent to growth in its investment opportunity set and ends the sequence when this growth levels off.

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