Vocabulary Words for the Week of 4/30/2018

liquidity: the availability of liquid assets to a market or company. He was told to put his money into a CD, but he was concerned about the lack of liquidity. (noun)

diversification: a risk management technique that mixes a wide variety of investments within a portfolio. His diversification strategy was to invest in a wide variety of tech companies which ended up not being a diversification strategy at all. (noun)

variant: in Microsoft PowerPoint, one of many different designs within a particular theme. He had a difficult time deciding whether he liked the green or the orange variant more so he went with the pink. (noun)

style: in Microsoft Word, a collection of formatting instructions. He was writing the body of a letter, but he liked the title style better, so that’s what he used. (noun)

portfolio: a range of investments held by a person or organization. Her portfolio consisted of about 5 different mutual funds. (noun)