Value investment strategy
An approach that involves purchases of stocks that the manager
deems to be priced below their intrinsic values, or are out of favor with
the market but are still fundamentally solid. Such funds typically employ
long-term holding periods and experience low volatility.
Money given to corporate start-ups and other new high-risk
enterprises by investors who seek above-average returns and are willing
to take illiquid positions.
The likelihood that an instrument's value will change over
a given period of time, usually measured as beta.