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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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Everyone could just chose the one they thought fit best."
The club's statement added: "It reflects badly on football that the only action which the FA has thought fit to take was to charge Barnsley FC's manager with misconduct in relation to alleged verbal abuse towards a match official, while violent conduct has gone unpunished."
She said: "There is overwhelming support for a new centre as the existing facility is not thought fit for use."
Though he traveled much, Cistercian monk Bernard (1090-1153) never visited the Holy Land, so he was free to envision Jerusalem as he thought fit. Bruun (Centre for the Study of the Cultural Heritage of Medieval Rituals, U.
"What does it tell us about the UN," asked British human rights activist Alex de Waal, "that not a single official thought fit to resign over the Rwandan genocide?" One thing it tells us is that the UN's prescription for "human security"--under which civilians are disarmed and national governments are placed under the scrutiny of the "international community"--is a recipe for genocide.
I FIND it incredible that the schedulers have thought fit to take Nice Guy Eddie off after just one series.
The Vulcan at Bruntingthorpe is the only one in the UK thought fit to be flown again.