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invest

 [in-vest´]
1. to envelop in or cover another tissue or part (as fascia).
2. to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material.
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The company set up a listening-post operation in North America to generate dialogue with investors, whose concerns were communicated to management.
But now that a cloud of uncertainty has returned to the markets and brokerages are calling in their loans, many of the same investors have had to sell their securities to meet the margin calls, helping to propel prices lower across nearly all indexes and exchanges.
The leading indicators show that multifamily properties may have another resurgence among foreign investors in the next few years, according to James Fetgatter, chief executive of AFIRE.
In contrast, value investors first ask what a company is worth today--without assuming substantial growth or changes in the business.
But in the wake of weak market performance and securities scandals, the number of sell-side analysts (who cater to individual investors) has shrunk significantly--which is bringing companies and their potential investors closer together.
To help investors make their way through the sea of advertising claims, the state Department of Corporations recently published a list on its Web site, www.
Investing in cooperative apartment projects has become popular in the last 18 months as investors began to see real opportunities that were created from the de-control of rent-regulated units and the substantial discounts available on over-leveraged and other non-performing underlying building mortgages.
Such investors also may be missing the higher returns they could earn through diversification.
Thus, there are presently a very large number of investors owning property in the name of a multiple member LLC or partnership.

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