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- v. Past participle of diversify
- adj. modified by diversification
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Distinguished by various forms, or by a variety of aspects or objects; variegated.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Distinguished by various forms, or by a variety of objects: as, diversified scenery; a diversified landscape; diversified industry.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having variety of character or form or components; or having increased variety
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QS Investors, LLC, with $11 billion in assets under management, will continue services it currently provides, including global tactical asset allocation, U.S. active quantitative equity investing and what it calls diversified-based investing that focuses on countries and sectors, rather than individuial stocks.
This instant categorization as “the yank” continued until I went to University in England, where my label diversified into about 50/50 “yank” or “haggis-eater”.
Theuth, Thoth, Taut, Taautes, are the same title diversified; and belong to the chief god of Egypt.
There is no reasonable doubt about the basic outlines of Common Descent, that life evolved and diversified from a common ancestral population, and that this leads to non-trivial predictions about everything from molecular biology to the content of geological strata.
"There's really no evidence this is going to benefit long-term diversified investors, which means the rest of us."
It is a long-term diversified portfolio, that's what will win the day.
Her PBS program, Consuelo Mack, Wealth Track focuses on how you build long term diversified investments.
But Jabil has in the last three to five years been investing in areas that they can generate better margins and returns, a business they refer to as their diversified manufacturing business, or DMS. If you are an EMS provider for PC and smartphone companies, it's cutthroat and multisourced, which is the nature of high-volume electronics.
Following an in-depth discussion of the most significant trends affecting investors, financial experts offer their pick for the "one investment" that every individual should own in a long-term diversified portfolio.
The weekly financial series remains the only program on television devoted to long-term diversified investing, covering all of the investments people care about: stocks, bonds, real estate, "green investing," insurance, art, and collectibles.
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