hedge

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İngilizce - Türkçe
çit

Tom çit üzerinden atladı. - Tom jumped over the hedge.

Yol çitlerle sınırlanmıştır. - The path is bordered with hedges.

{i} önlem
olasılı zararlara karşı tedbir
{f} kaçamak cevaplar vermek
(Askeri) Ağaçtan yada çalıdan oluşan çit
kötü
çalı

Çalı budama makası ve ot biçme makinesi garajdadır. - The hedge clippers and weed whacker are in the garage.

çalı engel
(İnşaat) çitişmek
(Ticaret) korunma amaçlı işlem
çalı çit
lafı dolandırmak
{f} çitle çevir
doğrudan doğruya yanıt vermekten kaçınmak
(against ile) koruma
çitle çevirmek
sık ağaç veya çalılardan oluşan çıt; çalı çıt
kuşatmak, sarmak, çevirmek
etrafına çalı dikmek, çalı ile çevirmek
kaçamak cevap vermek
{f} sınırlamak
{i} tedbir
{f} etrafını çevirmek
{f} engellemek
{i} sık ağaçlardan/çalılardan oluşan çit; çalı çit
{f} kısıtlamak
{f} dolaylı konuşmak
çevirmek
(isim) çit, engel, önlem, tedbir, engelleme, yatırım
{f} garantiye almak
{f} kaçamak
{i} yatırım

Tom bir yatırım fonu yöneticisi. - Tom is a hedge fund manager.

aşağı
{f} çit ile çevirmek
iki tara
{f} önlem almak
ihata etmek
{i} engelleme
(Askeri,Ticaret) vadeli satış
çit çekmek
koruma
hedge bindweed
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) çit sarmaşığı
hedge fund
(Ticaret) koruma fonu
hedge funds
(Ticaret) serbest yatırım fonları
hedge ratio
(Ticaret) korunma oranı
hedge sparrow
çit serçesi
hedge business
hedge iş
hedge clippers
çıt makasları
hedge creeper
çıt sarmaşık
hedge fund
(Ticaret) Yatırım Fonu

Tom bir yatırım fonu yöneticisi. - Tom is a hedge fund manager.

hedge funds
hedge fonları
hedge hog
hedge domuz
hedge in
Güç duruma sokmak

He tried to hedge you in with his arguments.

hedge in
Etrafına çalı dikmek, çalı ile çevirmek
hedge inventory
hedge envanter
hedge maple
hedge akçaağaç
hedge about
engellemek
hedge about
kısıtlamak
hedge about
yasak koymak
hedge about
sınırlamak
hedge around
sınırlamak
hedge around
engellemek
hedge around
kısıtlamak
hedge around
yasak koymak
hedge cutter
çalı makası
hedge in
kuşatmak
hedge in
çit ile çevirmek
hedge in
çevirmek
hedge in
etrafını çevirmek
hedge lawyer
kötü tanınan avukat
hedge off
engel koymak
hedge off
sınır koymak
hedge off
(Fiili Deyim ) çit ile ayırmak
hedge round
etrafını çevirmek
hedge round
çevirmek
hedge round
kuşatmak
hedge round
çit ile çevirmek
hedge shears
bahçe makası
hedge shears
budama makası
hedging
çitle çevirerek
hedging
(Ticaret) garantiye almak
hedging
(Ticaret) riskten korunma
hedging
(Ticaret) finansal riskden korunma
hedging
(Ticaret) garanti
hedged
{f} çitle çevir
hedger
bostancı
hedger
bahçıvan
hedging
hedging
hedging
{f} çitle çevir
hedged
çitle çevrili
hedging
çitle çevirme
hedging
(Finans) kur riskine karşı pozisyon alma (finans)
hedged
çitli
hedged
çitle çevirilmiş
hedger
çalıları budayan kimse
hedger
tedbirli kimse
hedger
bağlantı kurmak istemeyen kimse
pair of hedge shears
bahçe makası
pair of hedge shears
budama makası
quick hedge
çalıdan çit
Türkçe - Türkçe

hedge teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

hedging
Döviz piyasasındaki muhtemel kur değişikliklerinin getireceği zarardan korunabilmek için başvurulan işlem
İngilizce - İngilizce
To obstruct
A thicket of bushes, usually thorn bushes; especially, such a thicket planted as a fence between any two portions of land; and also any sort of shrubbery, as evergreens, planted in a line or as a fence; particularly, such a thicket planted round a field to fence it, or in rows to separate the parts of a garden

He trims the hedge once a week.

To reduce one's exposure to risk
Contract or arrangement reducing one's exposure to risk (for example the risk of price movements or interest rate movements)

The asset class acts as a hedge.

To offset the risk associated with
To enclose
To avoid verbal commitment

He carefully hedged his statements with weasel words.

Used attributively, with figurative indication of a person's upbringing, or professional activities, taking place by the side of the road; third-rate

He then traced them from place to place, till at last he found two of them drinking together, with a third person, at a hedge-tavern near Aldersgate.

A non-committal or intentionally ambiguous statement
To construct or repair a hedge
{v} to make a hedge, fence, inclose, shift
{n} a fence made with bushes
To balance a position in the market in order to reduce risk Hedges work like insurance: a small position pays off large amounts with a slight move in the market
an asset or derivative whose market risk offsets the risk in another asset held or liability
an intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement; "when you say `maybe' you are just hedging"
To reduce the risk of a wager by making a bet against the side or chance one has bet on
avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues); "He dodged the issue"; "she skirted the problem"; "They tend to evade their responsibilities"; "he evaded the questions skillfully"
If you hedge your bets, you reduce the risk of losing a lot by supporting more than one person or thing in a situation where they are opposed to each other. Hawker Siddeley tried to hedge its bets by diversifying into other fields
To obstruct, as a road, with a barrier; to hinder from progress or success; sometimes with up and out
In purchasing, any purchase/sale transaction having the elimination of the negative aspects of price fluctuations Also, inventory-building actions taken by the purchasing organization to protect from supply constrictions
A conservative strategy used to limit investment loss by initiating a position which offsets an existing position
To use reservations and qualifications in one's speech so as to avoid committing one's self to anything definite
Something that is a hedge against something unpleasant will protect you from its effects. Gold is traditionally a hedge against inflation
A transcation that reduces the risk of an investment
a fence formed by a row of closely planted shrubs or bushes
~ An investment made with the intention of minimizing the impact of adverse movements in interest rates or securities prices
The purchase or sale of a futures contract as a temporary substitute for a cash market transaction to be made at a later date Usually it involves opposite positions in the cash market and futures market at the same time (See long hedge, short hedge )
A conservative strategy used to limit investment loss by effecting a transaction that offsets an existing position
A hedge is a row of bushes or small trees, usually along the edge of a garden, field, or road
To offset investment risk in a particular security by another investment or transaction in another market A long position in a bond may be hedged with a put on those bonds
{f} surround with a hedge; put up a boundary, enclose; evade, avoid; avoid making a direct answer or statement
minimize loss or risk; "diversify your financial portfolio to hedge price risks"; "hedge your bets"
If you hedge against something unpleasant or unwanted that might affect you, especially losing money, you do something which will protect you from it. You can hedge against redundancy or illness with insurance Today's clever financial instruments make it possible for firms to hedge their risks
Contract or arrangement reducing ones exposure to risk (for example the risk of price movements or interest rate movements)
a transaction that reduces the risk of an investment and the risk of loss
To inclose or separate with a hedge; to fence with a thickly set line or thicket of shrubs or small trees; as, to hedge a field or garden
any technique designed to reduce or eliminate financial risk; for example, taking two positions that will offset each other if prices change
A sale of futures contracts to offset the ownership or purchase of the underlying cash commodity in order to protect it against adverse price moves; or, conversely, a purchase of futures contracts to offset the sale of the underlying cash commodity, again for protection against adverse price moves
An investment position or combination of positions that reduces the volatility of your portfolio value One can take an offsetting position in a related security Instruments used are varied and include forwards, futures, options, and combinations of all of them
A position in the financial market that is opposite to a position in the physical market The expectation is that gains and losses from price movements will offset each other in the two markets when the position in the financial market is closed For example, a producer who owns gas now and wants to sell it at some point in the future, would first obtain a futures contract to sell gas at that future time When that time arrives, the producer sells the gas on the physical market and closes its position in the futures market with a contract to buy gas, thus completing the hedge If the price of gas rose during this time, the producer would experience a gain in the physical market and a loss on the futures market Similarly, if the price of gas fell, the producer would experience a loss on the physical market and a gain on the futures market
To shelter one's self from danger, risk, duty, responsibility, etc
Reduces risk by taking a position in a future equal and opposite to an existing or anticipated cash position, or by shorting a security similar to one in which a long position has been established see also: Long Hedge, Long Position
Hedgers are individuals and firms that make purchases and sales in the futures market solely for the purpose of establishing a known price level--weeks or months in advance--for something they later intend to buy or sell in the cash market (back to top)
as if by hiding in or behind a hedge; to skulk; to slink; to shirk obligations
To surround for defense; to guard; to protect; to hem (in)
To stonewall; to avoid answering question
hinder or restrict with or as if with a hedge; "The animals were hedged in"
As an example transaction by a consumer or producer of a metal designed to protect him against price fluctuations A consumer of platinum, for instance, may "hedge" against a possible price increase by buying enough metal to cover his needs in the form of a futures contract Futures markets were originally foe hedges, as opposed to speculators, by whom the market is now used predominantly
hinder or restrict with or as if with a hedge; "The animals were hedged in
A commitment or investment made with the intention of minimizing the impact of adverse movements in interest rates or securities prices and offsetting potential losses
If you hedge, you avoid answering a question or committing yourself to a particular action or decision. They hedged in answering various questions about the operation `I can't give you an answer now,' he hedged
To surround so as to prevent escape
any technique designed to reduce or eliminate financial risk; for example, taking two positions that will offset each other if prices change minimize loss or risk; "diversify your financial portfolio to hedge price risks"; "hedge your bets"
enclose or bound in with or as it with a hedge or hedges; "hedge the property"
{i} row of bushes forming a fence or boundary; barrier, limit
A transaction that reduces the risk of an investment
a fence formed by a row of closely planted shrubs or bushes an intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement; "when you say `maybe' you are just hedging"
Hedging is a strategy of reducing risk by offsetting investments with investments of opposite risk Risks must be negatively correlated in order to hedge each other; for example, an investment with high inflation risk and low immediate returns with investments with low inflation risk and high immediate returns Long hedges protect against a short-term position and short hedges protect against a long-term position Hedging is not the same as diversification, as it aims to protect against risk by counterbalancing a specific area of risk
A transaction used as a protective manoeuvre intended to reduce the risk of loss from price fluctuations of securities
A strategy used to offset investment risk In investing, hedging involves the purchase of an offsetting position, such as a put option or futures contract, to guard against the risk of a market decline Often used as a defensive strategy in portfolios investing in non-U S securities to reduce the negative effects of unfavourable moves in currency exchange rates
The purchase or sale of options or futures contracts as a temporary substitute for a transaction to be made at a later date Usually it involves opposite positions in the cash or futures or options market
A securities transaction that reduces or offsets the risk on an existing investment position
Any strategy which involves investing or speculating on a security in contrast to one’s primary objective in order to provide a degree of insurance against being wrong For example, an investor who is heavily invested in common stocks for long-term capital appreciation may consider "hedging" his investments against a downturn in the overall market by purchasing put options, selling call options, short selling or employing other strategies designed to profit from market downturns
hedge bindweed
Rutland beauty
hedge fund
Any unregistered investment fund, often characterised by unconventional strategies (i.e., strategies other than investing long only in bonds, equities or money markets). All hedge funds are supposed to be hedged from risk; hence the name
hedge funds
plural form of hedge fund
hedge garlic
The plant garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata)
hedge one's bets
To reduce the risk of making a mistake, by keeping one's options open
hedge one's bets
To place bets with a third party in order to offset potential losses
hedge sparrow
Alternative name for the bird Prunella modularis, the dunnock
hedge sparrows
plural form of hedge sparrow
hedge tree
Alternate name for the Osage Orange tree, referring to its use as barrier vegetation on the Great Plains of the US
hedge trees
plural form of hedge tree
hedge trimmer
A portable electric saw designed for trimming hedges
hedge trimmers
plural form of hedge trimmer
hedge fund
An investment company that uses high-risk techniques, such as borrowing money and selling short, in an effort to make extraordinary capital gains
hedge in
Enclose or bound in with or as it with a hedge or hedges
hedge about
If you say that something such as an offer is hedged about or is hedged around with rules or conditions, you mean that there are a lot of rules or conditions. The offer was hedged around with conditions Many reduced fares are hedged around with restrictions
hedge bill
{i} axe having a curved cutting edge, billhook having a long handle
hedge bindweed
common Eurasian and American wild climber with pink flowers; sometimes placed in genus Convolvulus
hedge fund
A hedge fund is an investment fund that invests large amounts of money using methods that involve a lot of risk. An investment company that uses high-risk techniques, such as borrowing money and selling short, in an effort to make extraordinary capital gains
hedge fund
A pooled investment vehicle that is privately organised and is administered by professional investment managers It is different from another pooled investment fund, the mutual fund, in that access is available only to wealthy individuals and institutional managers Moreover, hedge funds are able to sell securities short and buy securities on leverage, which is consistent with their typically short-term and high risk oriented investment strategy, based primarily on the active use of derivatives and short positions US hedge funds are exempt from Securities and Exchange Commission reporting requirements, as well as from regulatory restrictions concerning leverage or trading strategies
hedge fund
A fund that may employ a variety of techniques to enhance returns, such as both buying and shorting stocks based on a valuation model
hedge fund
A mutual fund that involves speculative investing in stocks and options, while creating positions in other companies engaged in the same industry in the opposite direction as a means of reducing overall risk
hedge fund
Investment vehicles, much like mutual funds, which are generally structured as partnerships wherein the number of investors is limited and whose general partner has made a substantial personal investment in the fund The offering memorandum of most Hedge Funds allows them to use a combination of sophisticated investment strategies such as taking both long and short positions, using leverage and derivatives, and investing in many markets The funds usually require investors to make a large fixed investment ( i e $100,000 ) and only allows withdrawals at certain times of the year Because Hedge Funds move billions of dollars in and out of markets quickly, they can have a significant impact on the day-to-day trading developments in the stock, bond, and futures markets
hedge fund
a flexible investment company for a small number of large investors (usually the minimum investment is $1 million); can use high-risk techniques (not allowed for mutual funds) such as short-selling and heavy leveraging
hedge fund
A fund, usually used by wealthy individuals and institutions, that is allowed to use aggressive strategies that are unavailable to most mutual funds
hedge fund
A very specialized, volative investment company (mutual fund) that permits the manager to use a variety of investment techniques normally prohibited in other types of funds These techniques are borrowing money, selling short and utilizing options These funds offer extraordinary gains with above-average risk
hedge fund
This is a private, unregulated investment fund for wealthy investors (minimum investments typically begin at US$1 million) specializing in high risk, short term speculation on bonds, currencies, stock options and derivatives
hedge fund
An investment pool which - in contradiction to its description (see "hedging")- often uses a wide range of derivative contracts to leverage the amount of capital available for investment into far larger positions
hedge fund
A very specialized, volatile investment company (mutual fund) that permits the manager to use a variety of investment techniques normally prohibited in other types of funds
hedge fund
Private investment fund organized to pursue an investment strategy involving uniquely risky investments such as short selling and naked options writing Also may refer to a private or public investment fund whose objective to invest in securities that would potentially profit from a general decline in the stock market, thus offering a "hedge" or insurance for investors who have significant exposure to declines from their investment portfolios
hedge fund
A private investment partnership, owned by wealthy individuals and institutions, which is allowed to use aggressive strategies that are unavailable to mutual funds, including short selling, leverage, program trading, swaps, arbitrage and derivatives Since they are restricted by law to less than 100 investors, the minimum hedge-fund investment is typically $1 million BACK TO TOP
hedge fund
(fonds de couverture, en France: fonds d'arbitrage) A fund usually used by wealthy investors or institutions (because of legal restrictions) which uses aggressive strategies including selling short, leverage, program trading, swaps, arbitrage and derivatives to offset or reduce the risk associated with an existing investment or group of investments
hedge fund
A fund that may employ a variety of techniques to enhance returns, such as both buying and shorting stocks based on a valuation mode
hedge fund
fund that invests in future commodities in order to reduce risks and losses (Economics)
hedge fund
A private investment partnership limited to 99 high net-worth or institutional investors A hedge fund may take long and short positions in various types of securities and use leverage The investment managers are compensated by a percentage of the funds profits
hedge fund
A mutual fund that uses futures to offset investment risk For example, a fund manager concerned about declining stock prices might hedge his or her holdings by buying a put option of some stocks Put options, call options and selling short are widely used hedging tools for stock fund managers Hedging is also used extensively in international funds that attempt to minimize currency risks The fund's prospectus discloses whether or not a fund engages in hedging
hedge fund
An investment fund that takes a very high degree of risk, often by gearing the fund, in the hope of achieving a very high absolute return
hedge fund
A type of investment vehicle where investors in the fund allow its managers to use higher risk investment techniques to leverage up return potential
hedge fund
A private investment pool for wealthy investors that, unlike a mutual fund, is exempt from SEC regulation
hedge fund
A fund that may employ a variety of techniques to enhance returns, such as both buying and shorting stocks according to a valuation model
hedge fund
A loose term used to denote managed money programs primarily designed for capital appreciation In its' original form, hedge funds were designed for institutions to reduce their exposure to the financial markets They have evolved now to be much more encompassing and are available to investors as well
hedge fund
Hedge funds borrow money to make big, speculative investments, usually in areas that banks and traditional investors shy away from
hedge fund
A specialist investment fund that engages in trading and hedging strategies, frequently using leverage
hedge fund
Securities term that describes funds that use hedging techniques For example, an option fund may use futures contracts on stock market indexes and short sales with stock options to limit risks
hedge funds
Funds that are extremely flexible in their investment options because they use financial instruments generally beyond the reach of mutual funds, which have SEC regulations and disclosure requirements that largely prevent them from using short-selling, leverage, concentrated investments and derivatives This flexibility, which includes use of hedging strategies to protect downside risk, gives hedge funds the ability to best manage investment risks
hedge funds
Speculative funds managing investments for private investors (in the US, such funds are unregulated if the number of investors does not exceed one hundred)
hedge funds
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hedge funds
An investment fund where the fund manager is authorised to use derivatives and borrowing to provide a higher return, albeit at a higher risk
hedge funds
an investment fund where the fund manager is authorised to use derivatives and borrowing to provide a higher return
hedge funds
Correct at 30 June 2002
hedge hyssop
Any of various plants of the genus Gratiola, growing in damp places and having small yellow or whitish flowers
hedge inventory
(Ticaret) Inventory created to protect against a possible future event or disruption in supply, such as a strike, major vendor shutdown, prospective trade or government program change, or similar situation
hedge maple
shrubby Eurasian maple often used as a hedge
hedge marriage
secret marriage, clandestine marriage performed by a hedge priest
hedge mustard
stiffly branching Old World annual with pale yellow flowers; widely naturalized in North America; formerly used medicinally
hedge nettle
foul-smelling perennial Eurasiatic herb with a green creeping rhizome
hedge nettle
foul-smelling perennial Eurasiatic herb with a green creeping rhizome perennial herb with an odorless rhizome widespread in moist places in northern hemisphere
hedge nettle
perennial herb with an odorless rhizome widespread in moist places in northern hemisphere
hedge one's bets
protect oneself against loss
hedge priest
{i} poor priest who is unable to read or write
hedge school
{i} (Ireland) unofficial outdoor school in the shelter of a hedge; school for peasants
hedge sparrow
small brownish European songbird
hedge sparrow
{i} European warbler (Zoology)
hedge thorn
South African shrub having forked spines and plumlike fruit; frequently used as hedging
hedge trimmer
a garden tool for trimming hedges
hedge violet
common European violet that grows in woods and hedgerows
hedge writer
{i} insignificant writer; writer who writes low and vulgar material
hedged
Simple past tense and past participle of hedge
hedged
Offset by another financial asset
hedger
{n} one who hedges, one who secures
hedging
{n} the act of making hedges
A hedge
haw
A hedge
hegge
A hedge
hay
emotional hedge
mental barrier erected to keep emotions in, mental barrier erected to protect oneself from the emotions of others
hedged
past of hedge
hedged
{s} weasel worded, worded in an evasive manner as to avoid a direct answer or unfit statement
hedged
evasively worded in order to avoid an unqualified statement
hedger
a respondent who avoids giving a clear direct answer
hedger
a gardener who takes care of and trims hedges someone who counterbalances one transaction (as a bet) against another in order to protect against loss a respondent who avoids giving a clear direct answer
hedger
An individual or company owning or planning to own a cash commodity–corn, soybeans, wheat, U S Treasury bonds, notes, bills etc – and concerned that the cost of the commodity may change before either buying or selling it in the cash market A hedger achieves protection against changing cash prices by purchasing (selling) futures contracts of the same or similar commodity and later offsetting that position by selling (purchasing) futures contracts of the same quantity and type as the initial transaction
hedger
One who makes or mends hedges; also, one who hedges, as, in betting
hedger
An individual or company owning or planning to own a cash commodity-corn, soybeans, wheat, U S Treasury bonds, notes, bills etc - and concerned that the cost of the commodity may change before either buying or selling it in the cash market A hedger achieves protection against changing cash prices by purchasing (selling) futures contracts of the same or similar commodity and later offsetting that position by selling (purchasing) futures contracts of the same quantity and type as the initial transaction
hedger
One who places a hedge
hedger
Trader who seeks to transfer price risk by taking a futures position opposite to an existing position in the underlying commodity or financial instrument
hedger
An individual or company owning or planning to own a cash commodity corn, soybeans, wheat, U S Treasury bonds, notes, bills, etc and concerned that the cost of the commodity may change before either buying or selling it in the cash market A hedger achieves protection against changing cash prices by purchasing (selling) futures contracts of the same or similar commodity and later offsetting that position by selling (purchasing) futures contracts of the same quantity and type as the initial transaction
hedger
An individual or company owning or planning to own, or selling or planning to sell, a cash commodity and is concerned that the cost of the commodity may change before either buying or selling it in the cash market A hedger achieves protection against changing cash prices by purchasing (selling) futures contracts of the same or similar commodity and later offsetting that position by selling (purchasing) futures contracts of the same quantity and type as the initial transaction
hedger
a market participant who buys or sells a futures contract(s) for protection against the possibility of a price change in the physical commodity
hedger
someone who counterbalances one transaction (as a bet) against another in order to protect against loss
hedger
An investor interested in commodities to protect themselves from future price fluctuations For instance, a hedger may buy a cotton future low to hedge, or offset, the future increase in price (even if that futures contract is a little higher than an immediate delivery price)
hedger
{i} one who repairs and trims hedges; one who hedges in betting
hedger
A person or firm who uses the derivatives market to offset price risk when intending to sell or buy the actual asset
hedger
A person who uses the markets to reduce the risk of his underlying position by undertaking a hedge For example, a wheat farmer may sell wheat futures to guarantee him a fixed selling price for his wheat
hedger
A trader who enters the market with the specific intent of protecting an existing or anticipated physical market exposure from unexpected or adverse price fluctuations
hedger
a gardener who takes care of and trims hedges
hedger
An individual or company owning or planning to own a cash commodity_corn, soybeans, wheat, U S Treasury bonds, notes, bills etc _ and concerned that the cost of the commodity may change before either buying or selling it in the cash market A hedger achieves protection against changing cash prices by purchasing (selling) futures contracts of the same or similar commodity and later offsetting that position by selling (purchasing) futures contracts of the same quantity and type as the initial transaction
hedges
third-person singular of hedge
hedges
plural of hedge
hedging
A strategy employed in a futures market to reduce risk Hedging is used to reduce the risk of loss through adverse movements in interest rates, equity markets, share prices or currency rates It has become an accepted risk management tool
hedging
any technique designed to reduce or eliminate financial risk; for example, taking two positions that will offset each other if prices change
hedging
Method of reducing the risk of loss caused by price fluctuation. It consists of the purchase or sale of equal quantities of the same or very similar commodities in two different markets at approximately the same time, with the expectation that a future change in price in one market will be offset by an opposite change in the other market. For example, a grain-elevator operator may agree to buy a ton of wheat and at the same time sell a futures contract for the same quantity of wheat; when the wheat is sold, he buys back the futures contract. If the grain price has dropped, he can buy back the futures contract for less than he sold it for; his profit from doing so will be offset by his loss on the grain. Hedging is also common in the securities and foreign-exchange markets. See also stock option
hedging
undertaking one investment to protect against the potential loss in another investment Options and futures are often used to hedge an investment
hedging
an intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement; "when you say `maybe' you are just hedging"
hedging
The purchase or sale of a derivative security (such as options or futures) in order to reduce or neutralize all or some portion of the risk of holding another security
hedging
The simultaneous initiation of equal and opposite positions in the cash and futures markets Hedging is employed as a form of financial protection against adverse price movement in the cash market
hedging
is a method of transferring price exposure to the futures contracts’ underlying cash component associated with a commercial enterprises’ business process The entity transferring that unwanted price exposure is referred to as the hedger A speculator is the entity that accepts the exposure to the price moves Speculators assume the price risk transferred by the hedgers and provide liquidity that leads to reliable price discovery in the futures market
hedging
Investing in an asset to reduce the overall risk of a portfolio
hedging
The practice of offsetting the price risk inherent in any cash market position by taking the opposite position in the futures market Hedgers use the market to protect their businesses from adverse price changes
hedging
A strategy used to offset market risk, whereby one position protects another Traders and investors in foreign exchange hedge to protect their investment or portfolio against currency price fluctuations
hedging
Reducing the risk of a cash position in the futures instrument to offset the price movement of the cash asset A broader definition of hedging includes using futures as a temporary substitute for the cash position
hedging
A strategy intended to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short selling or futures contracts Often refers to taking a futures position that is equal and opposite from one's position in the cash market A hedge can help lock in existing profits
hedging
The purchase or sale of a derivative security (such as options or futures) in order to reduce or eliminate risk associated with undesirable price changes of another security
hedging
present participle of hedge
hedging
A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using "call" options, "put" options, "short" selling, or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in existing profits Its purpose is to reduce the potential volatility of a portfolio, by reducing the risk of loss However, many hedging strategies also surrender the chance for further gain
hedging
The practice of offsetting the price inherent in any cash market position by taking the opposite position in the futures market Hedgers use the market to protect their businesses from adverse price changes
hedging
A hedging transaction is a purchase or sale of a financial product, having as its purpose the elimination of loss arising from price fluctuations With regards to currency transactions it would protect one against fluctuations in the foreign exchange rate (see Forward Contract)
hedging
A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short selling or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in existing profits Examples include a position in a futures market to offset the position held in a cash market, holding a security and selling that security short and a call option against a shorted stock A perfect hedge eliminates the possibility for a future gain or loss An imperfect hedge insures against a portion of the loss BACK TO TOP
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The use of financial instruments, such as futures contracts, to offset the risk in an investment portfolio, as an increase in the value of the hedging instrument will offset declines in the other assets
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Taking a position in a futures market opposite to a position held in the cash market to minimize the risk of finanical loss from an adverse price change; a purchase or sale of futures as a temporary substitute for a cash transaction that will occur later
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The practice of offsetting the price risk inherent in any cash market position by taking an equal but opposite position in the futures market Hedgers use the futures markets to protect their business from adverse price changes See Selling (Short) Hedge and Purchasing (Long) Hedge
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Taking a position in a futures market opposite to a position held in the cash market to minimize the risk of financial loss from an adverse price change; a purchase or sale of futures contract as a temporary substitute for a cash transaction that will occur later (i e , long hedge and short hedge) Hedgers use the futures markets to protect their business from adverse price changes
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Dealing in such a manner as to reduce risk by taking a position that offsets an existing or anticipated exposure to a change in market prices You are therefore attempting to lock in the profit/loss on the position at the current level
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A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short selling, or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in existing profits Its purpose is to reduce the volatility of a portfolio, by reducing the risk of loss
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A strategy designed to reduce investment risk using call options, put options, short-selling, or futures contracts A hedge can help lock in profits Its purpose is to reduce the volatility of a portfolio by reducing the risk of loss
privet hedge
hedge of privet plants
sit on the hedge
wait for a decision, wait impatiently for a ruling
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hedge edilmeyen krediler
(Ticaret) non-fully hedged borrowings
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