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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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.
These announcements marked a statement of foreign confidence in the Mexican energy industry and an indication of broad interest in the investment opportunity set which could serve to create jobs and lower electricity prices in Mexico.
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.
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 are finding a robust investment opportunity set in many regions and markets.
A firm begins a sequence subsequent to growth in its investment opportunity set and ends the sequence when this growth levels off.
Successful active fixed-income investing requires a risk-budgeting framework that effectively combines a broad investment opportunity set, investor skill and diversification benefits.
Gaver (1993) Additional Evidence on the Association between the Investment Opportunity Set and Corporate Financing, Dividend, and Compensation Policies.
These results suggest a need to first examine the correlation between common proxies for the investment opportunity set and future growth in the Japanese context.
Characterizing the instantaneous investment opportunity set by the real interest rate and the maximum Sharpe ratio, Brennan, Wang, and Xia posit a simple model of time-varying investment opportunities in which these two variables follow correlated Ornstein-Uhlenbeck processes.

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