hedge

A hedge is typically accomplished by making approximately offsetting transactions that will largely eliminate one or more types of risk.

Hedge

A transaction that reduces the risk of an investment.
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Hedge

Is the act of protecting a position. Hedges can be either Long or Short. Hedges are often done with derivative products. A Long Hedge refers to a position whereby a derivative contract is purchased to protect against a short actual position. A Short Hedge is a position whereby a derivative is sold to protect against a long actual position.
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Hedge

(noun) Something that reduces the risk of future price movements.
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Hedge

The purchase or sale of options or futures contracts as a temporary substitute for a transaction to be made at a later date. Usually it involves opposite positions in the cash or futures or options market.
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Hedge

A strategy that offsets or reduces investment risk. Options can be used to adopt opposite positions to that of the main holding.
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Hedge

A field boundary composed of shrubs such as hawthorn or blackthorn dense enough to keep livestock in the field and provide shelter. Hedges require regular maintenance to prevent them becoming sparse and less effective.
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Hedge

Futures or options transactions entered into with the motivation to reduce risk.
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Hedge

A financial strategy that reduces the risks from one security or other investment by buying or selling others....more on Hedge
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hedge

hedging noun an intentionally noncommittal or ambiguous statement; `when you say `maybe` you are just hedging`
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hedge

hedgerow noun a fence formed by a row of closely planted shrubs or bushes
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hedge

verb minimize loss or risk; `diversify your financial portfolio to hedge price risks`; `hedge your bets`
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hedge

verb enclose or bound in with or as it with a hedge or hedges; `hedge the property`
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Hedge

A transaction that reduces the risk of an investment.
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Hedge

A strategy used in order to reduce an investment risk involving investing in a security in contrast to one`s primary objective. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Hedge

- A financial term for a specific type of commodities planning and trading.
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Hedge

The covering of a bet with a second bet.
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Hedge

Is the act of protecting a position. Hedges can be either Long or Short. Hedges are often done with derivative products. A Long Hedge refers to a position whereby a derivative contract is purchased to protect against a short actual position. A Short Hedge is a position whereby a derivative is sold to protect against a long actual position.
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Hedge

A transaction initiated with the specific intent of protecting an existing or anticipated physical market exposure from unexpected or adverse price fluctuations.
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HEDGE

An offsetting transaction (e.g. the purchase or sale of a future contract or option) designed to lessen the impact of adverse movements in the value of assets.
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Hedge

A strategy used to limit investment loss by making a transaction that offsets an existing position.
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Hedge

Limiting your losses or reducing risk by placing orders to cover two or more possible events in the market
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