Used to describe an investor whose assets are totally committed to investments (typically stock) rather than in cash.
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Describing a fund or company that has committed all or nearly all of its capital to securities. For example, a fully invested mutual fund keeps little or none of its capital in money market accounts, but rather places it in bonds or stock. A fully invested company is bullish on the future performance of the market.
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To have committed nearly all available funds to assets other than short-term investments such as savings and money market accounts. Fully invested is generally used in reference to institutional investors such as mutual funds or trust departments and indicates that these investors are very bullish.
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