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Market Value For Gold

market value for gold

    market value
  • the price at which buyers and sellers trade the item in an open marketplace

  • Market value is the price at which an asset would trade in a competitive Cardinal auction setting. Market value is often used interchangeably with open market value, fair value or fair market value, although these terms have distinct definitions in different standards, and may differ in some

  • A factory assembled home built in units or sections that are transported to a permanent site and erected on a foundation.

  • The amount for which something can be sold on a given market

  • An alloy of this

  • coins made of gold

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

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Market Risk Analysis, Value at Risk Models (Volume IV)

Market Risk Analysis, Value at Risk Models (Volume IV)

Written by leading market risk academic, Professor Carol Alexander, Value-at-Risk Models forms part four of the Market Risk Analysis four volume set. Building on the three previous volumes this book provides by far the most comprehensive, rigorous and detailed treatment of market VaR models. It rests on the basic knowledge of financial mathematics and statistics gained from Volume I, of factor models, principal component analysis, statistical models of volatility and correlation and copulas from Volume II and, from Volume III, knowledge of pricing and hedging financial instruments and of mapping portfolios of similar instruments to risk factors. A unifying characteristic of the series is the pedagogical approach to practical examples that are relevant to market risk analysis in practice.

All together, the Market Risk Analysis four volume set illustrates virtually every concept or formula with a practical, numerical example or a longer, empirical case study. Across all four volumes there are approximately 300 numerical and empirical examples, 400 graphs and figures and 30 case studies many of which are contained in interactive Excel spreadsheets available from the the accompanying CD-ROM . Empirical examples and case studies specific to this volume include:
Parametric linear value at risk (VaR)models: normal, Student t and normal mixture and their expected tail loss (ETL);
New formulae for VaR based on autocorrelated returns;
Historical simulation VaR models: how to scale historical VaR and volatility adjusted historical VaR;
Monte Carlo simulation VaR models based on multivariate normal and Student t distributions, and based on copulas;
Examples and case studies of numerous applications to interest rate sensitive, equity, commodity and international portfolios;
Decomposition of systematic VaR of large portfolios into standard alone and marginal VaR components;
Backtesting and the assessment of risk model risk;
Hypothetical factor push and historical stress tests, and stress testing based on VaR and ETL.

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Great One-horned Rhinoceros

Great One-horned Rhinoceros

On my trip to North-eastern India, I didn't quite know what to expect. I anticipated traveling deep into the wild lands of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh and I knew I'd be confronted with mighty Elephants and Rhinoceros. But in honesty, I was worried that these encounters would be marred by years of exposure through visits to zoos and other captive facilities.

Thankfully, as I quickly discovered, nothing could be further from the truth.

Even prior to arrival at Kaziranga National Park, the Indian Great One-Horned Rhinoceros transformed from a casual zoo encounter to a fascinating and almost mythical creature. I was told of how critically endangered they are, as few as 3,000 left in the wild, and how in the early 1900s that number fell to less than one hundred. Furthermore, I found out that Kaziranga is home to 2/3rds of the world's population of Indian Rhinoceros and, despite the preserve's seemingly large and healthy population, their protection is a constant battle.

With the black-market value for Rhinoceros horn being gram for gram higher than even gold, the threat of illegal poaching is greater than ever. The Indian government has a large and dedicated forest guard service who call the numerous anti-poaching camps of Kaziranga their home. Daily they traverse many miles on routine patrol, keeping watchful eye over the Rhinos, never hesitating to put their lives on the line in an effort to protect them. After having spent a week among these impressive animals, I'd have to say the effort is by and far worth it.

There is something truly peaceful about sitting amongst the high grasslands of Kaziranga. When surrounded by Rhinos idly grazing alongside Elephants and many other herbivores you realize that this is how life for these animals should be and you hope that we humans can truly understand and appreciate just how important such a wondrous place is. I hope that it will always have the protection it so rightly deserves.

what is truly honorable for a people?

what is truly honorable for a people?

Humanity has undergone many stages of cultural development...and this development depends upon the raw materials and utilities we use...such as metals (steel, gold, iron, etc.), paper, wood, textiles, plastics, electricity, oil, gas and such...nations have put its worth on the use of these on how these can be converted to more products that can be used for buying and selling...as to increase its supposed 'value-added' also called modernization and industrialization in economics...then rich and powerful people have put prices on these that the common people have become enslaved with many machines, markets, bureaus, institutions, corporations, factories, construction...with competition amongst people, businesses, cities and nations that in the end Humanity's resources were used for more competition (for more fighting), media (to control our minds and choices), pollution of the environment, weapons for war, luxury products (such as food, jewelry, cosmetics, clothing and material things), technologies (such as vehicles and communication facilities), human knowledge (for mere intellectual development) and such...then Heaven asks all the common people in the world...what do we human beings really value most?...'production of material things for more buying and selling?' or 'Love, Generosity, Peace, Justice and such?'...in the True Light of Holy Virtues, how Spiritually developed are we?...in reality, its not about worldly systems of control - but what the common people really value most...slavery? or freedom?

market value for gold

market value for gold

Investing the Templeton Way: The Market-Beating Strategies of Value Investing's Legendary Bargain Hunter

“To buy when others are despondently selling and to sell when others are avidly buying requires the greatest fortitude and pays the greatest ultimate rewards.”-Sir John Templeton
Called the “greatest stock picker of the century” by Money magazine, legendary fund manager Sir John Templeton is revered as one of the world's premiere value investors, widely known for pioneering global investing and out-performing the stock market over a five-decade span. Investing the Templeton Way provides a never-before-seen glimpse into Sir John's timeless principles and methods.
Beginning with a review of the methods behind Sir John's proven investment selection process, Investing the Templeton Way provides historical examples of his most successful trades and explains how today's investors can apply Sir John's winning approaches to their own portfolios. Detailing his most well-known principle investing at the point of maximum pessimism- this book outlines the techniques Sir John has used throughout his career to identify such points and capitalize on them.
Among the lessons to be learned:
Discover how to keep a cool head when other investors overreact to bad news
Become a bargain stock hunter like Sir John-buy the stocks emotional sellers wish to unload and sell them what they are desperate to buy
Search worldwide to expand your bargain inventory
Protect your portfolio from yourself through diversification
Rely on quantitative versus qualitative reasoning when it comes to selecting stocks
Adopt a virtuous investment strategy that will endure in all market conditions

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