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  • n. Plural form of investor.


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    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Foreign investors' rail bid examined

  • However, in the hallmark of a Ponzi scheme, James used investors´ money to repay other investors who requested withdrawals of their funds.

    California Chronicle

  • The indictment alleges in part that, through, among other things, documents provided to investors, advertisements, interest payments and verbal communications, Nilsen and Errico created the false and misleading appearance that the investors´ funds were invested in sound, secured real estate loans, which offered high returns and safety of principal.

    American Chronicle

  • The indictment also alleges that, unknown to investors, the source of a substantial part of the interest that Nilsen and Errico caused Cedar Funding to pay to existing investors came from new investors´ funds rather than from performing borrowers.

    American Chronicle

  • In fact, the defendants actually were operating a Ponzi scheme, in which early investors were paid with later investors´ money.

    American Chronicle

  • "Correlation" is the term investors use to describe the degree to which stocks trade in tandem.

    Beating the Herd on the Street

  • “We believe that according the name investors to institutions that trade actively is like calling someone who repeatedly engages in one-night stands a romantic.”

    The Tao of Warren Buffett

  • Initial selling in the term investors -- demand which pulled the kiwi higher.

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  • Arends 'suggestion to investors is to cure this behavior by timing the markets.

    Dan Solin: A Novel Investing Strategy From the WSJ

  • She quit over what she called investors' unrealistic goals, telling them, "This company is not fixable, at least not by me," Whitman writes in her book, "The Power of Many."

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