A means of increasing return or worth without increasing investment. Using borrowed funds to increase one's investment return, for example buying stocks on margin. Option contracts are leveraged as they provide the prospect of a high return with little investment. The % Double parameter for each option in the Matrix is a measure of leverage.
The use of borrowed funds in financing, with the anticipation that the property acquired will increase in return so that the investor will realize a profit, not only on his own investment but on the borrower's funds as well.
This describes the amount of debt in your business, in relation to your equity. The more you use debt to finance your company, the more leveraged you are (borrowing other people's money to make money).
In context, leverage and margin refer to the same thing. When a trader opens...
The action of a lever; mechanical advantage gained by the lever.
Disproportionate strategic or operational advantage gained by the use of a form of military power to exploit its geographical circumstances.
The aggregation of individual purchases to gain the benefits of bulk buying
The magnification of gains and losses in earnings resulting from the use of fixed-cost financing.
Leverage- credit shoulder; parity between borrowed funds and own capital.
Additional funds which are committed to a programme to complement programme funding, usually referring to private sector funds.
A credit shoulder; a parity between extra and own means.
A method of grantmaking practiced by some foundations and individual donors. Leverage occurs when a small amount of money is given with the express purpose of attracting funding from other sources or of providing the organization with the tools it needs to raise other kinds of funds; sometimes known as the "multiplier effect."
This is the process that takes elements from previous product translations and automatically incorporates these into new revisions.
Refers to the amount of previously translated text from an earlier release that can be reused or recycled.
Partial or total re-use or estimate of re-use of material already translated, obtained from previous versions of a product; it is expressed in percentage terms corresponding to the results of a search through the translation memory.
The portion of translated material from a previous version that can be reused. Leverage is usually expressed as a percentage. For the specific case where CAT tools are used, leveraging is the process of searching through a translation memory for 100% and fuzzy matches, and then pasting the previously translated segments into the current document.
In options trading this measures the percentage change in the premium for a given percentage fluctuation in the price of the underlying.
In options terminology, this expresses the disproportionately large change in the premium in terms of the relative price movement of the underlying instrument.
Expresses the disproportionate shift in an option premium relative to a change in the price of the underlying instrument.