Asset Substitution

Business / Finance / Asset Substitution: Occurs when a firm invests in assets that are riskier than those that the debtholders expected.
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Other Words for Asset

Asset Noun Synonyms: talent, strength, advantage, resource, benefit
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Other Words for Substitution

Substitution Adverb Synonyms: exchange, exchanging, change, changing, replacement, replacing, supplanting, switch, switching, interchange, interchanging, swap or swop, swapping or swopping
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Net Tangible Assets Per Share

Business / Finance / Net Tangible Assets Per Share: All of a company's assets except patents, trademarks, and other intangible assets minus all liabilities and the par value of preferred stock, divided by the number of shares outstanding. MORE

Non-Current Assets

Business / Finance / Non-Current Assets: Assets that are not convertible to cash within one year in the normal course of business. Property and Goodwill are examples of non-current assets. See also current assets. MORE

Net Quick Assets

Business / Finance / Net Quick Assets: Cash, marketable securities, and accounts receivable less current liabilities. MORE

Net Current Assets

Business / Finance / Net Current Assets: The difference between current assets and current liabilities, also known as working capital. MORE

Net Assets (Owners Equity)

Business / Accounting / Net Assets (Owners Equity): The ownership interest in the assets of an entity: equal total assets minus total liabilities. MORE

Noncurrent Asset

Business / Finance / Noncurrent Asset: Any asset that is expected to be held for the whole year, not sold or exchanged, such as real estate, machinery, or a patent. MORE