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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.

invest (invest´),

v to surround, envelop, or embed in an investment material; e.g., a gypsum product.
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Not everyone is comfortable in deciding what to invest in, how much to invest or how often to change investment allocations.
Invests primarily in fixed income securities and may be most
The Fund invests primarily in domestic securities of small- and mid- cap companies that Winslow believes are reasonably priced and demonstrate potential for superior growth.
He added that while stockholders will indirectly bear the fees and expenses of the Foreign Investment Companies in which the Fund invests, these investments can provide enhanced performance and diversification on a cost-effective basis.
McMenomy, global head of Investor Services at CB Richard Ellis Investors in Los Angeles, which invests in real estate for its own account and for pensions, endowments, trusts, and other large investors.
Each month, Keyes invests around $500 for his retirement, puts $25 into each of his daughters' savings accounts, and invests $60 into Sha-Nesha's Buyandhold.
Purchasing a fund that invests outside of the United States increases the odds that part of the portfolio will continue to grow even when the U.
Today the Turner Funds is introducing two no-load stock mutual funds, the Turner International Core Growth Fund, which invests in large and mid-cap growth stocks from markets around the world, and the Turner Midcap Equity Fund, which invests in both growth and value stocks with market capitalizations represented in the Russell Midcap Index.
Louis International Airport, invests about 10% of his total $54,000-a-year salary.
The fund invests in smaller companies which involve additional risks such as limited liquidity and greater volatility.
She still invests the minimum--3% to 5%--reasoning, "depending on your age, you can invest close to the minimum," because time is on your side.
The fund's portfolio managers - Mobius, Dennis Lim and Tom Wu - will be supported by Templeton's emerging markets team of over 20 investment professionals who provide original research from their respective vantage points in many of the countries in which Templeton invests.