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Aggressive Investment Strategy

An investment strategy in which one takes higher risks in order to achieve higher returns. One using an aggressive investment strategy often seeks to invest in young industries with high growth potential, rather than low-risk, low-yield vehicles. For example, during a market bubble, aggressive investors are more likely to make speculative investment than to buy Treasury bonds.

aggressive

Of or relating to an investment philosophy that seeks to achieve above-average returns by accepting above-average risks. An example of an aggressive investment posture would be confining one's investments to the common stocks of companies in young industries with high growth potential. Likewise, seeking high current yields by purchasing bonds issued by financially weak companies is an example of aggressive investing.
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The third and fourth groups received 30 mg/kg and 60 mg/kg, respectively, but didn't result in more intense inhibition of their aggressiveness. In contrast, attacks began sooner, and the number of attacks was also slightly higher.
et al, "The Association of FDG-PET (Suvmax) and Inflammatory Marker in Predicting Tumour Aggressiveness" Pertanika Journal of Science & Technology.
Table 4 presents the variance components and heritabilities of the data regarding gentleness, patience, aggressiveness, sensitivity, and friendliness in this study.
Journalists' aggressiveness at press conferences has been a focus of research for two decades.
Aggressiveness in dogs is a major problem in North America.
Moreover, aggressiveness in the context of a major depressive episode (MDE) may be an indicator of increased risk for suicidal behavior, according to her post-hoc analysis of the Bipolar Disorders: Improving Diagnosis, Guidance and Education study
Current State of "Externally Directed Aggressiveness" Risk
Scholars in the field of communication define verbal aggressiveness as a "personality trait that predisposes persons to attack the self-concepts of other people instead of, or in addition to, their positions on topics of communication" (Infante & Wigley, 1986, p.
unturned in safeguarding every inch of the motherland, he said, adding the armed forces of the country were capable to deter any aggressiveness and to effectively respond to it.
CITATION: Liu, Z., Ivanco, A., and Filipi, Z., "Impacts of Real-World Driving and Driver Aggressiveness on Fuel Consumption of 48V Mild Hybrid Vehicle," SAE Int.
"You see his tenacity, his aggressiveness, his thought process on the ball.