DEBT SECURITY is a security representing a loan given by an investor to an issuer. In return for the loan, the issuer promises to pay interest and to repay the debt on a specified date. Debt security issuers may include corporations, municipalities, the federal government, or a federal agency. See CONVERTIBLE and CONVERTIBLE DEBT.
CUMULATIVE, in securities, is where a preferred stock dividend is cumulative if the dividend accrues when payments are not made as scheduled.
INVESTMENT VALUE is the value to a particular investor based on individual investment requirements and expectations.
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