Publicly traded assets

Publicly traded assets

Assets that can be traded in a public market, such as the stock market.

Publicly Traded Asset

Any asset that is traded on an exchange. Publicly traded assets are almost always stocks.
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I'm pleased by our solid performance across all asset categories, as well as the overall investment performance of our publicly traded assets this year.
Finally, the fact that many oil properties are state-owned does not protect investors who have put their money into publicly traded assets.
Prior to Invmetrics, Ferrara was chief financial officer at Edgar-Online, Inc a provider of company data and public filings for equities, mutual funds and other publicly traded assets.
3 bln of publicly traded assets on Federal Grid Company's (FGC) books to the company's target value.
Kirk listed four publicly traded assets valued at between $15,001 and $50,000 each.
Kuwait, 25 Aug: The Kuwait Investment Authority which owns a stake in telecoms operator Zain among other publicly traded assets, has no set plans to sell its positions in listed companies, Kuwait Al Qabas said.
The equity traders buy publicly traded assets, which are about 80% domestic and the rest international, Ulick said.
When a policyholder cashes out a policy or moves it from an equity pocket to a fixed-income pocket, it can only be done if a company has publicly traded assets in those different pockets, he said.
Donating long-term appreciated publicly traded assets - as well as non-publicly traded assets - to a public charity allows donors to potentially eliminate capital gains taxes and take a full, fair market value deduction for the assets at the time of donation.
Our publicly traded assets, Detsky Mir and MTS, continue to lead the way in their respective industries.
com) (Nasdaq: EDGR) is a leader in the distribution of company data and public filings for equities, mutual funds and a variety of other publicly traded assets.
Q, originated by James Tobin, may be conceptualized as a measure of over- or undervaluation of publicly traded assets.