Seasoned Securities

Seasoned Securities

A security that has been traded long enough to establish a positive reputation for liquidity and trade volume. Seasoned securities tend to have stable prices and meet with success on the secondary market.
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We examine the relationship between the degree of informational asymmetry surrounding a firm and the equity market's reaction to a firm's announcement to sell seasoned securities.
The fact that the perpetuity model does better in pricing new issues than seasoned securities may reflect a more accurate estimation of k used in Equation (1).
Based on recent prepayment experience, our projections for the moderately seasoned securities are about 20 percent PSA slower than for the old pass-throughs.