Liability driven investment (LDI)

Definition:

LDI is a form of investing in which the main goal is to gain sufficient assets to meet all liabilities. This form of investment strategy is taken by many pension funds and insurance companies.

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Up volume

When a stock closes increases in value on a particular day, the volume in that stock is considered up volume. Related: Down volume.

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