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Marketable Security - Marketable Security is the securities easily convertible to cash because there is high demand allowing them to sell quickly. Marketable security is the very liquid securities that can convert into currency quickly at a reasonable price. Marketable security is liquid, as they tend to have maturities of less than one year. Furthermore, the rates at which these securities, by investors can buy and sell have little outcome on their prices. Examples of marketable securities include commercial paper, Treasury bills, banker's acceptance, and other money market instruments. A marketable security is near-cash asset and recorded at acquisition cost, or market value.

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Clientele Effect - Clientele effect is the tendency for security investors with a similar strategy to invest in securities and specific companies that meet their specific set of requirements, or criteria, especially when it comes to financing terms. An example of this would be investors who are looking to find...

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