Asset allocation is a strategy or method in which an investor decides how much money they should allocate to an investment based on their risk profile, financial goals, and other factors to maximize returns and minimize risk.
An asset is anything that has economic value and is owned by anindividual, company, or group. Assets are bought to generate returns in the future.
An asset is something that has monetary value and can generate profits in the future while a liability is a debt that’s repayable immediately or in the future. Assets are owned whereas liabilities as owed.
At The Money is a scenario in which the strike price of an options contract is the same as the market price of its underlying security.
At the opening is an instruction to execute an order at the open price, which is the price of a security at the start of regular stock market hours.
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