asset

listen to the pronunciation of asset
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} varlık

Çalışanlarımız bizim en değerli varlıklarımızdır. - Our employees are our most valuable assets.

Sen benim için değerli bir varlıksın. - You're a valuable asset to me.

{i} değerli bir nitelik/erdem/beceri
{i} değerli şey
(Ticaret) malvarlığı
(Ticaret) paraya çevrilebilir servet
(Ticaret) mal varlığı

Tom tüm mal varlığını bir kayyuma devretti. - Tom put all of his assets in a blind trust.

Bir milyon doların üzerinde mal varlığı var. - He has over a million dollars in assets.

kazanç
değerli bir nitelik
mal

Bir milyon doların üzerinde mal varlığı var. - He has over a million dollars in assets.

Bu mali denetim, aynı zamanda şirketin varlıklarının bir değerlendirmesini içerir. - This financial audit also includes an evaluation of the company's assets.

beceri
yararlı
servet
değerli nitelik
kıymetli vasıf
kıymetli şey
{i} mülk
(Askeri) (INTELLIGENCE) MEVCUDAT (İSTİHBARAT): Bir taktik veya destek rolünde kullanılması için bir istihbarat teşkilatının idaresinde bulunan -kişi, grup, ilişki, cihaz, tesis veya ikmal maddeleri gibi- herhangi bir kaynaktır. Ekseriya, ajan mevcudatı veya propaganda mevcudatı gibi niteleyici bir terim ile kullanılmaktadır
(Ticaret) aktif varlığı
Asset Backed Securities
(Denizcilik) Varlığa Dayalı Menkul Kıymetler, VDMK
asset under custody
Banka yahut finansal kurumun aktifinde yer alan mevduat ve diğer emanet
asset allocation
(Sigorta,Ticaret) portföy dağılımı
asset allocation
(Ticaret) varlık tahsisi
asset backed security
(Ticaret) varlığa dayalı menkul
asset category
(Bilgisayar) demirbaş kategorisi
asset cost
(Bilgisayar) varlık maliyeti
asset currency
(Ticaret) banknotlar
asset id
(Bilgisayar) demirbaş no
asset life
(Bilgisayar) varlık ömrü
asset management
(Ticaret) portföy yönetimi
asset number
mal numarası
asset storage
(Bilgisayar) veri depolama
asset tracking
demirbaş takibi
asset value
(Ticaret) varlık değeri
asset-liability statement
aktif-pasif kestesi
asset accountant
Varlık muhasebeci
asset bubble
varlık balonu
asset ceiling
varlık tavan
asset impairment
an unexpected or sudden decline in the service utility of a capital asset, such as a factory, property or vehicle
asset impairment
şirketin varlıklarındaki beklenmedik değer kaybı, şirket varlıklarının değer kaybetmesi
asset management
Varlık yönetimi
asset ownership
mal mülkiyeti
asset posting lines
varlık posta hatları
asset pricing theory
varlık fiyatlama teorisi
asset protection
varlık koruma
asset stripping
nakit toplamak amacıyla şirketin bazı işkollarının satılması
asset swap
varlık swap
asset turnover
varlık devir hızı
asset turnover ratio
Yatırım geri ödeme oranı
asset utilization
(Finans) Aktif varlık verimliliği
asset account
(Ticaret) aktif hesap
asset allocation funds
(Ticaret) varlık tahsisi fonları
asset approach
(Ticaret) mali aktifler yaklaşımı
asset backed bonds
(Ticaret) varlığa dayalı tahviller
asset based funding
(Ticaret) varlık bazlı fonlama
asset charge
(Ticaret) mal varlığı harcı
asset charge
(Ticaret) varlık harcı
asset classes
(Ticaret) varlık sınıfları
asset demand for money
(Ticaret) paranın mali varlık talebi
asset gathering
(Ticaret) varlık kazanımı
asset growth
(Ticaret) aktif büyümesi
asset items
(Ticaret) aktif kalemleri
asset or nothing call
(Ticaret) put opsiyonları
asset ownership
(Ticaret) varlık sahipliği
asset performance
(Ticaret) varlık performansı
asset securitization
(Ticaret) aktif menkulleştirmesi
asset settlement
(Ticaret) aktif tasfiyesi
asset specificity
(Ticaret) varlık özgüllüğü
asset splitting
(Ticaret) sabit kıymet ayrıştırımı
asset transfer agreement
(Ticaret) varlık devir sözleşmeşi
asset use charge
(Askeri) tesis kullanma ücreti
assets
(Ticaret) sabit sermaye yatırımı
assets
mal varlığı

Tom tüm mal varlığını bir kayyuma devretti. - Tom put all of his assets in a blind trust.

Bir milyon doların üzerinde mal varlığı var. - He has over a million dollars in assets.

assets
(Ticaret) mevduat
assets
(Politika, Siyaset) aktif (varlıklar)
assets
mevcutlar
assets
demirbaşlar
assets
mal

Bu mali denetim, aynı zamanda şirketin varlıklarının bir değerlendirmesini içerir. - This financial audit also includes an evaluation of the company's assets.

Tom tüm mal varlığını bir kayyuma devretti. - Tom put all of his assets in a blind trust.

assets
alacak
assets
varlıklar

Leyla'nın mal varlıkları donduruldu. - Layla's assets were frozen.

Leyla ve Sami küçük varlıklarını ayırıp bölüştüler. - Layla and Sami separated and split their small assets.

capital asset
(Ticaret) sabit sermaye
commerce to realize (an asset)
değerlendirmek
competitive asset
(Ticaret) rekabetçi vasıf
contingent asset
(Ticaret) koşullu varlık
current asset
yürürlükteki aktifler
financial asset
(Ticaret) mali varlık
financial asset
(Ticaret) finansal varlık
fixed asset
(Ticaret) demirbaş
fixed asset
(Ticaret) sabit varlık
fixed asset
(Ticaret) duran varlık
fixed asset
(Ticaret) sabit sermaye
genuine asset
(Ticaret) gerçek varlık
monetary asset
(Ticaret) parasal varlık
assets
kaynaklar
hypothecated asset
ipotekli varlık
Capital Asset Pricing Model
(Finans) Finansal Varlıkları Fiyatlama Modeli: Mali varlıkların doğru getiri oranlarını belirlemek için geliştirilmiş bir fiyatlandırma modeli
an asset
Bir varlığın
assets
öz varlık
biological asset
Değer olarak canlı/biyolojik varlık

Biological assets are measured at fair value in international accounting systems.

biological asset
hayvan ve bitki gelirleri
circulating asset
döner kıymet
contingency asset
şartlı kıymet
current asset cycle
paraya devri kolay olan kıymetlerin devri
fund asset
fona ait varlık
limited life asset
kısa ömürlü varlıklar
long-term asset
uzun vadeli varlık
non-current asset
duran varlık
quick asset
hızlı varlık
real asset
gerçek varlık
toxic asset
hızla değer kaybeden mal
wealth asset management
(Sigorta) Varlık portföy yönetimi
active asset
(Ticaret) aktif varlık
admitted asset
(Ticaret) kabul edilmiş kıymet
air mobility squadron; Army management structure; Asset Management System
(Askeri) hava hareket filosu; Kara Kuvvetleri idari yapısı; Mevcudat Yönetim Sistemi
assets
{i} aktif
assets
(Hukuk) mal varlıkları
assets
mevcudat
assets
(Hukuk) değerler
assets
{i} servet
assets
duran varlıklar
assets
fixed assets sabit kıymetler
assets
{i} alacaklar
assets
(Askeri) Ordu malları
assets
current assets döner varlıklar
assets
i., tic. emval, servet, mevduat, aktif, varlık
assets
assets and liabilities varlıklar ve borçlar asset and liability statement bilanço
assets
(Hukuk) kıymetler
assets
(Hukuk) aktifler
available asset
(Ticaret) kullanılabilir varlık
bank asset
banka fonları
defended asset list
(Askeri) savunulan malzeme listesi
dominant asset
(Ticaret) baskın menkul
dominated asset
(Ticaret) bastırılmış mali varlık
economic asset
(Ticaret) iktisadi varlık
economic asset
(Ticaret) iktisadi değer
fixed asset
sabit değer
fund asset
(Ticaret) fona dahil bulunan varlık
high value airborne asset
(Askeri) yüksek değerli havacılık malzemesi
high value asset control items
(Askeri) YÜKSEK DEĞERLİ KAYNAK KONTROL MADDELERİ: Yüksek yatırım değeri olan maddelerin elde bulundurulması için tesis edilmiş, onaylanmış envanter idare teknikleri altında yoğun idari kontrol için belirlenen ikmal maddeleri
intangible fixed asset
(Ticaret) gayri maddi sabit varlık
joint personnel asset visibility
(Askeri) müşterek personel malzeme görüşü
joint total asset visibility
(Askeri) müşterek toplam malzeme görüşü
ledger asset
(Ticaret) defteri kebirdeki değer
ledger asset
(Ticaret) defteri kebirdeki kıymet
legal asset
(Kanun) kanuni değer
legal asset
(Ticaret) kanuni kıymet
legal asset
(Ticaret) yasal varlık
legal asset
(Kanun) kanuni sermaye
limited asset
(Ticaret) nakde çevrilebilir aktif
liquid asset
(Ticaret) likit varlık
liquid asset
(Ticaret) emre hazır değer
natural asset
(Ticaret) doğal varlık
operating asset
(Ticaret) işletme aktifi
parent component asset
(Ticaret) parent component asset
parent component asset id
(Ticaret) parent component asset ıd
pledged asset
(Ticaret) rehine verilmiş varlık
pledged asset
(Ticaret) rehine konmuş varlık
real asset
(Ticaret) reel aktif
real asset
(Ticaret) reel varlık
sold asset
(Ticaret) satılan sabit kıymet
total asset visibility
(Askeri) toplam varlık imkanı
wasting asset
(Ticaret) tükenen kıymet
wasting asset
(Ticaret) amortismana tabi değer
İngilizce - İngilizce
Association of Supervisory Staffs, Executives and Technicians
Any component, model, process or framework of value that can be leveraged or reused
intelligence asset
Something or someone of any value; any portion of one's property or effects so considered

These shares are a valuable asset.

Something or someone that is an asset is considered useful or helps a person or organization to be successful. Her leadership qualities were the greatest asset of the Conservative Party
The assets of a company or a person are all the things that they own. By the end of 1989 the group had assets of 3.5 billion francs
Anything owned by the business that has commercial or exchange value Assets may consist of specific property or claims against others
{i} something of value (property, goods, etc.); desirable item or quality, something beneficial
Any item of economic value owned by an individual or corporation, especially that which could be converted to cash Examples are cash, securities, accounts receivable, inventory, office equipment, a house, a car, and other property On a balance sheet, assets are equal to the sum of liabilities, common stock, preferred stock, and retained earnings
Anything of monetary value that is owned by a person Assets include real property, personal property, and enforceable claims against others (including bank accounts, stocks, mutual funds, and so on)
a useful or valuable quality
Any article or separable part of one's assets
Anything owned that has monetary value
Anything having commercial or exchange value that is owned by a business, government, institution, or individual This can include stocks, bonds, real estate, equipment, a brand name, or the value of a company as an operating business, sometimes known as goodwill
Anything that has value to the organization, its business operations and theoir continuity [SC27] Anything that has value to the organization [SC27] Anything that has value to the organization [ISO/IEC PDTR 13335-1 (11/2001)] Anything that has value to the organization, its business operations and theoir continuity [SC27] Information or resources to be protected by the counter measures of a TOE [CC2][CC21][SC27] Information resources that support an organization's mission [SRV] (see also target of evaluation)
Any property that has monetary value Personal assets include securities, real estate, jewelry, and bank accounts
Items of value owned by an individual Assets that can be quickly converted into cash are considered "liquid assets " These include bank accounts, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and so on Other assets include real estate, personal property, and debts owed to an individual by others
A physical item, informational item, or capability required by an organization to maintain productivity Examples include a computer system, a customer database, and an assembly line
An asset is an item of value, such as a family's home, business, and farm equity, real estate, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, cash, certificates of deposit (CDs), bank accounts, trust funds, and other property and investments
Something or someone of any value; any portion of ones property or effects so considered
is anything owned by an individual or a business, which has commercial or exchange value Assets may consist of specific property or claims against others, in contrast to obligations due others
Anything of monetary value that is owned by an individual Assets may include real property, personal property and enforceable claims against others
Anything of monetary value that is owed by a person Assets include real property, personal property, and enforceable claims against others (including bank accounts, stocks, mutual funds, and so on)
Anything of monetary value that is owned by a person Assets can include bank accounts, stocks, mutual funds, personal property
Anything owned of monetary value including real property, personal property, and enforceable claims against others (including bank accounts, stocks, mutual funds, etc )
Anything of monetary value that is owned by a person Assets include real property, personal property and enforceable claims against others (including bank accounts, stocks, mutual funds, etc )
Anything of monetary value that is owned by an applicant Assets include but are not limited to bank accounts, stocks, mutual funds, real property and personal property
Anything having commercial or exchange value that is owned by a business, institution or individual A business' assets might include its real estate, equipment inventory, intellectual assets such as copyrights or trademarks, and accounts receivable
Property and items of value owned by a person or business The primary classifications of assets are: current assets, long-term assets, prepaid and deferred assets, and intangible assets Current assets are cash and other liquid instruments, including accounts receivable that can be converted to cash within one year at maximum Long-term assets are plants, equipment, real estate and other capital assets, and net of depreciation Prepaid and deferred assets include expenditures for future costs or expenses, such as insurance, interest or rent, that are set up as assets to be amortized over an applicable period Intangible assets are assets with a determined value, but which may not be scalable, such as goodwill, patents, copyrights, and brand name recognition
Any thing of value owned by an individual or organization
Anything of monetary value that is owned by a person Assets include real property, stocks, bonds, mutual funds and cars
Anything owned by an individual that has a cash value This includes property, goods, savings or investments
asset-backed
Having assets as collateral
asset bubble
(Finans) An asset bubble refers to the sudden and dangerous rise in the price of an investment or security. Years ago, it was the dot-coms. Now, it's the subprimes
asset allocation
A strategy that can help you balance risk and return while in pursuit of your various investment goals Distributes an investor's portfolio among a wide variety of investments, such as domestic and international stocks and bonds, cash, real estate and government securities
asset allocation
Apportioning of investment funds among asset classes, such as cash, equities and fixed income
asset allocation
An investing strategy that distributes an investor's dollars among multiple investment products or asset classes Asset Allocation affects both risk and return and is a key point in personal financial planning and investment management
asset allocation
Investment practice that distributes funds among different markets (forex, stocks, bonds, commodity, real estate) to achieve diversification for risk management purposes and/or expected returns consistent with the outlook of the investor, or investment manager
asset allocation
The way investments are allocated (distributed and weighted) among different types of investment vehicles The objective of asset allocation is to diversify risk while obtaining the greatest possible return consistent with the investor's risk tolerance
asset allocation
An employee's division of money between different types of investment choices An example of asset allocation would be 70 percent stocks and 30 percent bonds
asset allocation
Considered by most money managers to be essential to a well-balanced investment portfolio, asset allocation refers to the dividing of investment dollars among different asset categories, such as cash, stocks and bonds With the power of diversification as its driving force, asset allocation is used to affect both risk and potential returns How your assets are divided among different asset classes should be carefully structured to mirror your investment goals and your ability to tolerate risk in the pursuit of those goals
asset allocation
Asset allocation refers to the specific distribution of funds among a number of different asset classes within an investment portfolio; it is diversification put into practice Funds may be distributed among a number of different asset classes, such as stocks, bonds, and cash funds, each of which has unique types of expected risk and return Within each asset class are several variations of the asset, meaning that there are levels of risk within each asset class Asset allocation involves determining what percentage of funds will be invested in each asset Determining how to allocate funds depends on the individual investor The investor's goals, time frame, and risk tolerance will all affect how an investor wishes to allocate funds based on the investor's desired return and acceptable risk
asset allocation
The process of diversifying the investments in different kinds of assets such as stocks, bonds, real estate, cash in order to optimize risk Asset Management Company A Company registered with SEBI, which takes investment/divestment decisions for the mutual fund, and manages the assets of the mutual fund Automatic reinvestment An investment option for mutual fund unit holders in which the proceeds from either the fund's dividends or capital gains, or both, are automatically used to buy more units of the funds Back end load Same as Exit load Balanced fund Balanced fund include both equity and debt schemes, with 50-75 per cent in equity and the rest in debt Blue chip fund Mutual fund that invests in blue chip stocks Typically a growth fund Call option The right to buy a fixed number of shares/bonds at a particular price in a specified period
asset allocation
The process of deciding how your investment dollars will be apportioned among various classes of financial assets, such as stocks, bonds, and cash investments
asset allocation
When you divide your money among various types of investments, such as stocks, bonds, and short-term investments (also known as "instruments"), you are allocating your assets The way in which your money is divided is called your asset allocation
asset allocation
The practice of spreading your investment portfolio across different types of assets — stocks (or stock funds), bonds (or bond funds) and cash (bank accounts or money market mutual funds) This may help to protect from risk because, over the long term, different types of investments tend to move according to different cycles and to react to market changes differently Details
asset allocation
A financial strategy for investing money into various asset classes — such as stocks, bonds and cash — based upon your financial goals, risk tolerance and time horizon Asset allocation has two main advantages: it can help increase investment returns and reduce risk
asset allocation
Dividing investments among different kinds of securities, such as stocks, bonds, and cash to name a few Asset allocation can be used to balance the risk of investing with the amount of money you'd like to earn
asset allocation
The distribution of endowment assets among various asset classes including but not limited to domestic equity, foreign currency equity, domestic fixed income, foreign currency fixed income, cash and cash equivalents, real estate, venture capital and distressed obligations Asset allocation affects both risk and return and is a central concept in investment management
asset allocation
The distribution of investment dollars among asset classes such as stocks, cash, bonds, etc
asset allocation
Allocating your investment assets over a number of investments, (stocks, mutual funds, bonds, money market account, etc) Note: most mutual funds consist of several stocks, so they are already asset allocated
asset allocation
Apportioning of investment funds among categories of assets, such as Cash Equivalents, Stock, Fixed-Income Investments, and such tangible assets as real estate and precious metals Also applies to subcategories such as government, municipal and corporate bonds Asset allocation affects both risk and return and is a central concept in personal financial planning and investment management
asset allocation
Investment strategy whereby investors diversify assets among stocks, bonds and money market investments Purpose: to reduce investment risk
asset allocation
The process of strategically distributing one's money among various asset classes, such as stocks, bonds and money market securities Asset allocation is used to seek maximum investment returns while minimizing investment risk Prudent asset allocation has been found to be a key determinant of investment portfolio success
asset allocation
Asset allocation refers to how assets are divided among different investment opportunities Different asset allocations are right for different people, depending on their own situation Deciding on the asset allocation that is right for you means looking at your investment goals and your attitude about risk
asset allocation
Investment strategy whereby investors diversify assets among stocks, bonds and money market investments Purpose: to reduce investment risk Asset Allocation --> strategy
asset allocation
A strategy that divides your investment among different securities or mutual funds, such as money market, fixed income (bond) or equity (stock) funds and seeks to lessen your overall risk
asset allocation
An investment technique that diversifies a portfolio among different types of assets such as stocks, bonds, cash equivalents, precious metals, real estate and collectibles When it comes to risk and reward, different asset classes behave quite differently Stocks, for instance, offer the highest return, but they also carry the highest risk of losses Bonds aren't so lucrative, but they offer a lot more stability than stocks Money-market returns are puny, but you'll never lose your initial investment An asset allocation strategy allows you to achieve the optimal blend of risk and reward See "Defense Is the Best Offense " BACK TO TOP
asset allocation
Dividing investment dollars among various asset classes, typically among cash investments, bonds, and stocks Wall Street firms frequently change their "model asset allocation" portfolios -- ostensibly to show that they have recalculated the best method for balancing the risks involved in holding various investments This also, however, results in additional commissions from clients who follow the "model portfolios" and sell various assets to rebalance their portfolios
asset allocation
allocation of funds into different types of assets (i.e. stocks, fixed-income investments, real estate, etc.)
asset class
Different types of investments such as stocks, bonds, real estate and cash
asset class
A homogeneous part of a market Example: Euroland stocks, US bonds, etc
asset class
Securities with similar features The three main asset classes are stocks, bonds, and cash reserves
asset class
– Types of investments that include: cash equivalents (such as certificate of deposits, money market funds, guaranteed investment contracts); fixed income/bonds (such as government or corporate bond mutual funds of short-term, intermediate term or long term durations); growth investments or equities (such as large cap, mid cap, small cap growth funds, balanced funds, value funds, blend funds, aggressive growth funds, international or global equity funds, etc )
asset class
A broadly defined category of financial assets eg Shares, bonds etc
asset class
Types of investments, such as bonds, stocks, real estate and cash
asset class
A collective term for investments of a similar type The main asset classes are equities (shares), bonds, cash and property
asset class
The three primary asset classes are stocks (equities), bonds (fixed income investments) and money market securities (cash equivalents)
asset class
A group of similar assets The main asset classes are shares, fixed interest, property and cash Each asset class has a different level of expected risk and return This may be modified by how it is managed - passively or actively
asset class
Broad categories of investments grouped by basic type consisting of: · Equities · Bonds · Property · Cash
asset class
The category each asset or security belongs to (e g Large Cap Stock, Small Cap Stock, International Stock, Bond, or Cash) You can learn about what asset classes should be part of your portfolio by using FinPortfolio's Asset Allocation module
asset class
A group of investments that are considered similar in potential risk and return Basic asset classes include stocks, bonds, short-term securities or cash equivalents and annuities
asset class
A way of describing a group of investments with similar performance characteristics Commonly used categories of assets include long-term equity, international equity, government bonds, corporate bonds, precious metals, and cash
asset class
Categories of different types of assets, such as stocks or bonds
asset class
Groups of investments (such as stocks, bonds, and money market instruments) that are apt to behave the same way in a given set of market conditions
asset class
The category each asset or security belongs to (e g Large Cap Stocks, Small Cap Stocks, International Stocks, Bonds, or Cash)
asset class
A broad categorization of an investment The main asset classes are Stocks, Bonds and Cash Equivalents
asset class
A category of financial assets Domestic shares, international shares, property, cash - these are all different asset classes
asset class
There are three asset classes: cash and fixed interest investments, property and shares The essential characteristic of investments in all asset classes is that you can earn income: as interest, rent and dividends Any capital growth in these investments is because there has been, or potentially may be, an increase in the level of income received from the investment Back to top
asset class
Category of investment assets with shared characteristics It is possible to create descriptions for any number and variety of asset classes but an accepted method recognizes three fundamental classes: stocks, fixed income investments and cash or cash instruments
asset class
Asset class' typically refer to securities that have similar features For example, bonds and stocks are the two main classes They are then subdivided into more defined classes such as mortgages, common stock and preferred stock Asset classes are used in the process of asset allocation to control the risk and return characteristics of a portfolio
asset class
Asset classes are simply different broad types of investments The three primary asset classes are stocks, bonds, and money market instruments
asset class
Different types of investments are grouped together into asset classes; stocks, bonds, and stable value investments are the three core asset classes
asset class
A method of categorizing investments based on the underlying investments and the potential risk/reward
asset class
A category of investments with similar characteristics
asset classification
recording one's holdings and property in the appropriate categories of a balance sheet
asset management
A standard accountancy process concerned with maintaining details of assets above a certain value and their depreciation Asset management systems may include information on the values, current ownership and location of assets in an Asset Register but, unlike Configuration Management, will not record the relationships between assets IT organisations that do not have a fully fledged CMDB will probably still have one or more Asset Registers, describing, in part, the IT infrastructure
asset management
The tracking of hardware and software assets to facilitate management and performance trends of your computer systems
asset management
The process of managing assets for an individual or institution in order to maximize financial return
asset management
The acquisition of assets that have a low rate of default and diversification of asset holdings to increase profits 408
asset management
The assembly, management and disposition of a portfolio of investment properties
asset management
Short and long term management of Council assets in such a way as to ensure that the service potential of the asset is maintained at minimum cost
asset management
Range of services offered by banks for the active management of a client's assets under a portfolio management mandate Essentially synonymous with portfolio management but in practice often refers to the service provided to institutional investors
asset management
the systematic planning and control of a physical resource throughout its life This may include the specification, design, and construction of the asset, its operation, maintenance and modification while in use, and its disposal when no longer required
asset management
The process of managing demand and guiding acquisition, use and disposal of assets to make the most of their service delivery potential, and manage risks and costs over their entire life
asset management
The management of the listed assets (equities, options, etc ) of one personal body by an asset management company or individual asset manager
asset management account
account which combines regular banking functions with investment activity allowing one bank statement that includes all financial activity
asset stripping
The practice of taking over a company, splitting it into parts and selling them for a profit
asset stripping
When an undervalued company is acquired, its assets can be sold off to make more money than it took to acquire the company in the first place
asset stripping
the practice of buying a company cheaply and then selling all the things it owns to make a quick profit - used to show disapproval
asset stripping
A process by which a controlling shareholder sells off the assets of a company and pays the proceeds to the shareholders (often himself) Alternatively, the cash proceeds are retained within the remaining ‘shell’ of the original company to be used for a variety of purposes
asset stripping
This occurs where a company is purchased because the market price of its shares is less than the value of its assets Assets are then sold and a profit is realised
asset stripping
buying a company in order to sell the assets separately at a total price greater than what you paid for the business
asset swap
mutual exchange of property or financial assets
asset to society
benefit to society
asset turnover
A ratio determined by dividing total assets by net sales Tells how efficient a company is in generating sales from its assets The higher the number, the more efficient the company
asset turnover
The ratio of net sales to total assets [Harvey] total gross income divided by total assets [OTS]
asset turnover
Sales divided by Assets A ratio that measures how asset-intensive a business is and the efficiency of total assets employed
asset turnover
Total revenues for the trailing twelve months divided by the average total assets The average total assets is defined as the total assets for the 5 most recent quarters divided by 5
asset turnover
RATIO is a general measure of a firm's ability to generate sales in relation to total assets It should be used only to compare firms within specific industry groups and in conjunction with other operating ratios to determine the effective employment of assets
asset turnover
A measure of the net sales generated by the assets of a firm Calculated by dividing net sales by total assets excluding investments
asset turnover
the ratio of a company's net sales to its average assets
asset turnover
Net sales divided by total assets
asset turnover
equals your company's total sales divided by its total assets This ratio measures the overall efficiency with which your company employs its assets to produce sales The higher the measure, the more efficient the business model
asset turnover
Sales divided by total assets Important for comparison over time and to other companies of the same industry This is a standard business ratio
asset turnover
(Gross cash farm income/Farm business assets)Measures the gross farm income generated per dollar of farm business assets
asset turnover
a ratio used to evaluate the profitability of a firm; net sales in a given period are divided by total assets
asset turnover
The ratio of net sales to total assets
asset value
the value of assets underpinning a security These may not be fully reflected in the price of a security
asset value
The perceived or intrinsic worth of an asset
asset value
The total of fixed and current assets less current liabilities (see 'Net asset value')
asset value
The net market value of a corporation's assets on a per-share basis, not the market value of the shares A company is undervalued in the market when asset value exceeds market value
asset-stripping
disapproval If a person or company is involved in asset-stripping, they buy companies cheaply, sell off their assets to make a profit, and then close the companies down
assets
Sufficient estate; property sufficient in the hands of an executor or heir to pay the debts or legacies of the testator or ancestor to satisfy claims against it
assets
Any property or object of value that one possesses, usually considered as applicable to the payment of one's debts

His assets are much greater than his liabilities.

assets
Any goods or property properly available for the payment of a bankrupt's or a deceased person's obligations or debts
assets
plural form of asset
capital asset
An asset in the sense of accounting, but also including financial assets such as stocks or bonds
capital asset
An asset that is recorded on a balance sheet as capital - that is, property that creates more property, such as a factory that creates shoes, or a forest that yields a quantity of wood
current asset
An asset on the balance sheet which is expected to be sold or otherwise used up in the near future, usually within one year, or one business cycle - whichever is longer, such as cash, accounts receivable, and inventory
fixed asset
Asset or property which cannot easily be converted into cash, such as land, buildings and machinery
intangible asset
Intangible personal property, acquired for money, that does not have a face value or a ready market
intangible asset
Any valuable property of a business that is not does not appear on the balance sheet, including intellectual property, customer lists, and goodwill
intelligence asset
a resource by means of which intelligence is gathered
tangible asset
Any asset, such as buildings, land, equipment etc. that has physical form
assets
pl. property in general, regarded as applicable to the payment of debts
assets
(Account Type 10) The financial value of property or economic benefits that you own Typical assets include : Cash (A0xxx-A1xxx), Accounts Receivable (A3xxx), Inventories (A4xxx), and Prepaid Expense (A5xxx)
assets
{n} effects left by one dead to pay debts
Capital Asset Pricing Model
(Finans) In finance, the capital asset pricing model (CAPM) is used to determine a theoretically appropriate required rate of return of an asset, if that asset is to be added to an already well-diversified portfolio, given that asset's non-diversifiable risk. The model takes into account the asset's sensitivity to non-diversifiable risk (also known as systematic risk or market risk), often represented by the quantity beta (β) in the financial industry, as well as the expected return of the market and the expected return of a theoretical risk-free asset
Troubled Asset Relief Program
(Ekonomi) The Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) is a program of the United States government to purchase assets and equity from financial institutions in order to strengthen its financial sector. It is the largest component of the government's measures in 2008 to address the subprime mortgage crisis
current asset
In accounting, a current asset is an asset on the balance sheet which is expected to be sold or otherwise used up in the near future, usually within one year, or one business cycle - whichever is longer. Typical current assets include cash, cash equivalents, accounts receivable, inventory, the portion of prepaid accounts which will be used within a year, and short-term investments
long-term asset
Long-term assets or noncurrent assets are those assets usually in service over one year such as lands and buildings, plants and equipment, and long-term investments. These often receive favorable tax treatment over current assets. Tangible long-term assets are usually referred to as fixed assets
noncurrent asset
Long-term assets or noncurrent assets are those assets usually in service over one year such as lands and buildings, plants and equipment, and long-term investments. These often receive favorable tax treatment over current assets. Tangible long-term assets are usually referred to as fixed assets
abandoned asset
asset which is not put to use
assets
Cash, stocks, bonds, real estate or other holdings of a foundation Generally, assets are invested and the income is used to make grants (See Payout Requirement)
assets
Any property or object of value that one possesses, usually considered as applicable to the payment of ones debts
assets
Any goods or property properly available for the payment of a bankrupts or a deceased persons obligations or debts
assets
{i} (Accounting) entries on a balance sheet showing tangible and intangible properties and claims against others that can be applied to cover the financial obligations of a business or of a person; complete property that a person owns
assets
Cash on hand in checking, savings, trusts, stocks, bonds, other securities (i e , real estate, income-producing property, business equipment, and business inventory) is considered in determining expected family contribution (EFC)
assets
The amount of capital or principle money, stocks, bonds, real estate, or other resources controlled by the foundation or corporate giving program Generally, assets are invested and the income is used to make grants
assets
Any item of monetary value owned by an individual or corporation Companies have two basic types of assets: tangible and intangible Tangible assets include equipment, inventory, and real property Intangible assets include goodwill (the value of the company's name in the market), patents and other intellectual property that are owned by a company and given financial value in the company's balance sheet
assets
Cash on hand in checking and savings accounts, trusts, stocks, bonds, other securities; real estate (excluding home), income-producing property, business equipment, and business inventory Considered in determining expected family contribution (EFC) under the regular need analysis formula
assets
anything of material value or usefulness
assets
Everything a corporation owns or that is due to it: cash, investments, money due it, materials and inventories, which are called current assets; buildings and machinery, which are known as fixed assets; and patents and goodwill, called intangible assets
assets
All the property and financial resources owned by an insurance company Admitted Assets are those assets that are liquifiable to raise cash to pay claims Nonadmitted Assets are assets, such as real estate (other than home office), furniture, and other equipment that are not recognized for solvency purposes by state insurance laws or insurance department regulations
assets
Financial holdings such as cash in checking and savings accounts, stocks, bonds, trusts and other securities, loan receivables, home and other real estate equity, business equipment, and business inventory
assets
Resources such as money, negotiable securities, and property owned by or under custodial control of the university
assets
Assets are every form of property that the debtor owns They include such intangible things as business goodwill; the right to sue someone; or stock options The debtor must disclose all of his assets in the bankruptcy schedules; exemptions remove the exempt assets from property of the estate Automatic stay: The injunction issued automatically upon the filing of a bankruptcy case which prohibits collection actions against the debtor, the debtor's property or the property of the estate See Relief from Stay on terminating the injunction
assets
The economic resources owned by a business, such as cash investments and buildings
assets
Physical objects (tangible) or rights (intangible) having economic value to their owner; items or sources of wealth expressed, for accounting purposes, in terms of their cost, depreciated cost, or less frequently, some other value; hence all costs benefiting a future period Assets generally fall into the following categories: Current Assets, Assets Whose Use is Limited, Property, Plant, and Equipment, Investments and Other Assets, and Intangible Assets
assets
Anything of value When referring to investments, your assets are the amount of money you have in an investment or the amount you have to invest The current dollar value of the pool of money shareholders have invested in a mutual fund Automatic Investment Plan (AIP) Also called a systematic investment plan A plan that permits regular periodic investments in a mutual fund through payroll deductions, automatic transfers from a checking account or automatic exchanges from another mutual fund More information on Berger's Automatic Investment Plan or Low Minimum Investment Plan
assets
Effects of an insolvent debtor or bankrupt, applicable to the payment of debts
assets
All items with a determined value owned by a person or a business Examples of assets would be cash, houses, automobiles, real estate, personal possessions, stocks, bonds and other invested funds
assets
Property and resources, such as cash investments, of a person or company A mutual fund’s assets including whatever securities (stocks, bonds, cash equivalents, etc ) it owns, plus any cash
assets
Savings and checking accounts, the value of a business, stocks, bonds, real estate, trust funds, and so on Cars are not considered assets, nor are retirement accounts or personal possessions such as stamp collections or musical instruments
assets
The amount of capital or principal money, stocks, bonds, real estate, or other resources controlled by a foundation or corporate giving program Generally, assets are invested and the resulting income is used to make grants
assets
Property of a deceased person, subject by law to the payment of his debts and legacies; - - called assets because sufficient to render the executor or administrator liable to the creditors and legatees, so far as such goods or estate may extend
assets
Everything of value that a company owns, or is due to it, that can be measured objectively
assets
The entire property of all sorts, belonging to a person, a corporation, or an estate; as, the assets of a merchant or a trading association; opposed to liabilities
assets
Cash, stocks, bonds, real estate, or other holdings of a foundation Generally, the resulting income from the investment of assets provides the funds used to make grants
assets
Any possessions that has value in an exchange
assets
Property or resources which have a monetary value For example, cash on hand in checking and savings accounts, trust, stocks, bonds, and other securities, real estate, income-producing property, business equipment, and business inventory are considered assets
assets
Any item of economic value owned by an individual or corporation, especially that which could be converted to cash Examples are cash, securities, accounts receivable, inventory, office equipment, a house, a car and other property See current assets, total assets, intangible assets and fixed assets BACK TO TOP
assets
The amount a family has in savings and investments This includes savings and checking accounts; a business; a farm or other real estate; and stocks, bonds, and trust funds Cars are not considered assets, nor are such possessions as stamp collections or jewelry The net value of the principal home is counted as an asset by some colleges in determining their own awards but is not included in the calculation for eligibility for federal funds
assets
Economic resources that are owned or controlled by an entity
capital asset
An asset acquired as an investment, for the purpose of creating a product or service intended to be used in the activities or operations of a business
capital asset
All tangible property, including securities, real estate and other property, held for the long term
capital asset
All tangible property which cannot easily be converted into cash and which is usually held for a long period, including real estate, equipment, etc
capital asset
an asset that is purchased for long-term use, such as machinery or equipment
capital asset
Formerly "Capital Equipment;" determined as an asset having a useful life of more than one year, having an acquisition cost of $1,500 or more, and that is stand alone, meaning it is not incorporated into a building or structure Refer to Acquisition Cost and Stand Alone in this glossary to see sample charts explaining these terms
capital asset
A long-term asset, owned for personal or investment purposes, that is not bought or sold in the normal course of business In general, the term includes fixed assets such as land, buildings, equipment, furniture, and fixtures
capital asset
A long-term asset, such as land or a building, not purchased or sold in the normal course of business
capital asset
Anything you own of a permanent nature that can be used to produce income or that has a value, such as a building, house, furniture, and so forth
capital asset
An asset intended for continued use or possession, common subclassifications being fixed assets (i e , land, buildings, leaseholds, machinery, mineral deposits) and intangible assets (i e , goodwill, patents, trademarks, investments in affiliated companies)
capital asset
An asset held for investment or for use in a trade or business, but not such things as inventory Example: Contractor C buys a road grader for use in his construction business The road grader is a capital asset Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
capital asset
an asset held for long term use rather than for sale
capital asset
All of a company's tangible property, including securities, real estate and other property
capital asset
Tangible property, including durable goods, equipment, buildings, installations, and land
capital asset
1 An asset, whether tangible or intangible, intended for long-term use and held as such (v fixed asset) 2 (government accounting) Any asset of the capital fund
capital asset
– Any asset that is not specifically identified as a noncapital asset Almost everything you own and use for personal purposes or investment is a capital asset For example, stocks and bonds, a home owned and occupied by you and your family, timber grown on your home property or investment property even if you make casual sales of the timber, household furnishings, your car used for pleasure or commuting, coin or stamp collections, gems and jewelry, gold, silver, and other metals Back to Top
capital asset
any investment that offers a prospective return, with or without risk However, in finance, the term is usually applied to securities and ordinary shares in particular
capital asset
an asset defined in Section 1221 of the Internal Revenue Code that once received favorable tax treatment upon sale Excludes inventory, property held for resale, property used in a trade or business, copyrights in certain instances, and certain U S government obligations
capital asset
The non-current, tangible asset (or long term asset) owned by a business or by a person (11-2,3, 11, 12, 15, 16, 21, 22, 25, 28, 29, 31 32, 38, 40, 46; 111-16-18)
capital asset
Property owned and used by the taxpayer for personal reasons, pleasure, or investment
capital asset
Assets that are to be recorded in the balance sheet of the financial statements
capital asset
Property purchased for use in production over long periods of time rather than for resale
capital asset
Tangible property, including durable goods, equipment, buildings, installations, and land [GAO]
capital asset
Broadly speaking, all assets are capital assets except those specifically excluded by the tax Code Major categories of noncapital assets include property held for resale in the normal course of business (inventory), trade accounts and notes receivable, depreciable property, and real estate used in a trade or business
capital asset
An asset held for more than a year that isn't bought or sold in the normal course of business Capital assets generally include fixed assets, such as land, buildings, equipment and furniture These assets are subject to depreciation BACK TO TOP
capital asset
A long-term asset, such as land or a building
capital asset
non-liquid property or holdings
capital asset pricing
assessment of property value taking level of risk into consideration
current asset
An asset that could be converted into cash within 12 months
current asset
Assets normally expected to be converted to cash or consumed during the normal operating business cycle (or one year), which usually includes cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventory
current asset
ASSET that one can reasonably expect to convert into cash, sell, or consume in operations within a single operating cycle, or within a year if more than one cycle is completed each year
current asset
The unrestricted cash and any other asset that, in the normal course of operations, is reasonably expected to be converted into cash or consumed in the production process within one year or within the normal operating cycle (where the operating cycle is longer than a year) (11-26, 40, 43-45; m-7)
current asset
Assets that will normally be turned into cash within a year Current Liability Liability that will normally be repaid within a year Current Ratio Current assets divided by current liabilities -- a measure of liquidity Generally, the higher the ratio, the greater the "cushion" between current obligations and a firm's ability to meet them
current asset
An asset that in the normal course of operations is expected to be converted into cash or consumed in the production of revenue within one year (or with normal operating cycle if that cycle is longer than one year)
current asset
cash and all other assets that are reasonably expected to be turned into cash during the normal operating cycle
current asset
An asset that is expected to be converted into cash within the trading cycle
current asset
Value of cash, accounts receivable, inventories, marketable securities and other assets that could be converted to cash in less than 1 year
current asset
Assets easily convertible to cash, i e , cash, marketable securities and accounts receivable
current asset
Cash or items on the balance sheet that will be turned into cash in a relatively short period, usually a year or less Current assets include such items as cash, accounts receivable, inventory, short-term investments, and prepaid expenses
current asset
Assets that will normally be turned into cash within a year
durable asset
property whose value will not be greatly decreased over time
financial asset
property that has financial value
fixed asset
Asset held for the purpose of providing or producing goods or services and that is not held for resale in the normal course of business
fixed asset
(Ticaret) A tangible, nonmonetary asset used in normal business operations that exists in and is depreciated over multiple fiscal periods
fixed asset
asset (land, building, patent etc.) which is held for a long period of time by a business
fixed asset
Fixed assets are assets which a company uses on a continuous basis, such as property and machinery. Investment in fixed assets is an important vehicle for ensuring that the latest technology is available to business
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