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Fit

The matching of the investor's requirements and needs such as risk tolerance and growth potential preference with a specific investment. Also, how well or how poorly a regression line represents the data points it is based on. A good ‘fit’ indicates a high correlation coefficient.

Fit

To meet the needs of an investor or portfolio. That is, a security fits a portfolio if it has the acceptable amount of risk, return, meets the investor's ethical preferences, and so forth.

fit

A condition in which a security fulfills an investor's portfolio needs. For example, an investor may select a new municipal bond because that bond's maturity makes it a good fit in the investor's portfolio.
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The Adidas miCoach Fit Smart features an LED dot display compared to the LCD screen featured on the Adidas Smart Run model.
A proper fit is achieved when a mask seals around the face in such a manner that 100 percent of the incoming air passes through the filter canister(s) to remove harmful CB agents, toxic industrial chemicals, and toxic industrial materials and 100 percent of the expelled air passes through the outlet valve.
The notion of multidimensional fit has emerged as a reaction to the difficulty that researchers have had pinning down the concept of fit.
metropolitan statistical areas were fit, via a Cox proportional hazards model, to a collection of both individual-level and community-level variables.
and makes possible for the first time real scientific control of fit, balanced model stocks, smaller inventories, fast turnover and more sustained profits.
A major reason the P-WE fit concept has been excluded in computerized job-matching software may be due to the difficulties of representing P-WE similarities among occupations systematically and efficiently in a software program.
2 Kwik Fit will call you back within 36 hours to agree the appointment and order details.
The 4 % drop observed for specimen #3B may not be significant since the relative standard uncertainty of the temperature measurement is 4 %, based on the standard uncertainty of the fits for the four runs.
If the shoe fits," Kaplan says, "there is no need for the drawstring.