Definitions for "Derivatives"
Financial instruments or investments such as options, futures or swaps that "derive" their value from the performance of an underlying security or index. For example options are derivatives because they have underlying stocks or assets on which their prices are based.
While shares are actual assets, derivatives represent contracts to buy or sell a particular security at a given point in the future for a particular price. Options, warrants and futures are derivatives. They can be used to lessen investment risk, but often their main attraction is that they are highly geared and can thus offer spectacular profits... and spectacular losses. As a rule, we do not advocate their use.
A security whose value depends on the value of another security. Used to either hedge risks or for speculative investments.... more on: Derivatives
secondary map products derived from the primary magnetic anomaly and Bouguer gravity datasets. Derivatives are intended to accentuate subtle features in the primary datasets which arise from faults and lithological boundaries. (see transforms.) back
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See Hollywood Derivatives®.
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a broad term and there are many different risk levels to these investments
See Derivatives – Basics (The Investment FAQ, USA) and A Nobel formula (The Mathematical Association of America).
Blood products obtained from liquid or frozen plasma units that have been pooled and then chemically fractionated.
Diagonal spread Differentials Disclosure Document
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detailed statement
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Elements of blood separated.