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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
 n. In musical notation, the relative duration indicated by a note. See note, rhythm, and meter.
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The timevalue of money is priced into the cost of the option because the retail options market (at least for puts and calls on largecap publicly traded companies) is EXTREMELY transparent and competitive.

If option pricing did not take into account the timevalue of money, then a bank that sold you a put option would on average turn a profit on that option even after subtracting out the transaction fee; after all, it would mean you were giving them an interestfree loan.

When I strive to remember, I have a riot of unrelated impressions and a loss of timevalue.

Wall Street understands the timevalue of money; the federal government and consumers do not.

With the email tools, it is a very powerful mechanism to get the word out on something important that is also of timevalue.
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Given the timevalue of money, the eventual profits of companies are worth less in the present, adjusted for inflation and risk.

The effect of timevalue of money on discrete timevarying demand lotsizing models with learning and forgetting considerations.

Net present value is a key measure used in real estate to estimate the worth of an asset in today's dollars based on its future cash flow and the timevalue of money.

CBO assumes that most borrowers would take advantage of the deferment option, and our subsidy estimate reflects the resulting cost to the federal governmentâ€”taking into account the timevalue of moneyâ€”of delaying loan repayments.

Third, @ Josh and Hellinar's backandforth on moneyvalue of time not to mention the corollary timevalue of money!
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