investment compound

investment compound

[in′ves·mənt ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(materials)
A mixture containing a refractory filler, a binder, and a liquid vehicle which is used to make molds for investment casting.
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On January 5 last year, the operations room of the Dubai Police received information about a dead body lying in a sandy area in the Jebel Ali investment compound.
As a passionate believer in the principle that in the world of long term investment compound interest is everything, I cannot possibly try to argue that costs do not matter.
In essence, it involves investing a given dollar amount on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis, regardless of the stock market's moves, and letting the investment compound.
Take the example of a 25-year-old couple that earns a combined salary of $75,000, saves $7,000 annually and sees their investment compound annually at a rate of 7.
Aa The company's major shareholders are Unicorn Investment Bank and Specialized Investment Compounds plc, a company listed on the Amman Stock Exchange under the symbol "SPIC".
The return on investment compounds over time with increased employee productivity, higher customer service satisfaction, and reduced delays in communication and collaboration.
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