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Ultra High Net Worth Individual (UHNWI)

Ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWI) can be defined as individuals with investable resources of at least $30 million, for the most part excluding personal assets and property, for example, a main living place, collectibles, as well as consumer ...

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Underlying Asset

Underlying asset are the economic assets from which a derivative’s price is derived.

An example of a derivatives would be Options.

A derivative can be defined as an economic instrument with a value that is derived from anothe ...

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Undervalued

Undervalued is a financial expression used to referr to a stock or any other kind of investment that being sold for a price assumed to be underneath the investment's actual intrinsic value.

An undervalued stock can be assessed by takin ...

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Unemployment

Unemployment happens when an individual who is effectively looking for a job is unable to find work. Unemployment is frequently utilized as a measure of economic health of a nation.

The most frequent measure of joblessness is the unemploym ...

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Unemployment Rate

The unemployment rate is the portion of the work power that is jobless, communicated as a rate. 

It is a slacking marker, implying that it for the most part rises or falls in the wake of changing monetary conditions, instead of forese ...

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Unrealized Gain

An unrealized gain can be described as a potential benefit that exists on paper, coming about because of an investment.

It is an expansion in the estimation of an asset that has yet to be traded for cash, for example, stock position that h ...

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Uptick

The term Uptick is used to describe a rise in the price of a financial security since the preceding exchange.

An uptick happens when a stock’s price increases in in comparison to the last tick or the last trade.

An uptick is ...

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Uptick Rule

The Uptick Rule ( otherwise referred to as the "plus tick rule") is a rule set up by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that necessitates short sales to be conducted at a higher price than the past exchange.

Investors t ...

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