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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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"We had invested in some technology stocks and took losses there," says Gregory.
"If you have money invested, then you ought to read about your company so that you know what's going on," he says.
Some companies match employee contributions up to 100%, and the funds can be invested in several options, usually a choice of mutual funds, a money market fund, and company stock.
"I worked there for two years and invested the minimum, around 1% to 3% [of my salary]," says the single mother.
To put this in perspective, that means PS2,000 invested in UK stocks in the year 2000 would have increased in value to PS5,060, whereas if it was left in cash savings it would be worth PS2,640.
The rounded up amount will be automatically invested into cryptocurrency in the application.
Personally, I think that VUL is better than the traditional ones because the investment component can be invested according to your objectives and risk tolerances.
However, GreenHouse has already invested over $3 million, spread across the 13 startups.
Also, you should not think you need to invest all at once - try a systematic investment option where a portion of your savings, however much you are comfortable with, is invested regularly.
Early-stage investments, moreover, account for just 16 percent of money invested today, compared with 37 percent in 1995.
The Project on Emerging Nanotechnologles estimates that between January and December 2005, the ,National Science Foundation (NSF) invested $19 million in risk-related research but only $2.5 million in highly relevant research.

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