PUT WARRANT Definition

Bookmark and Share

PUT WARRANT is a security that, in contrast to a conventional warrant, gives the holder the right to sell the underlying or to receive a cash payment that increases as the value of the underlying declines. Put warrants, like their call warrant counterparts, generally have an initial term of more than one year.

Learn new Accounting Terms

STOCK TURNOVER PERIOD is calculated: Long Term Disabilities X 100% / Cost of Sales.

ACQUISITION COST is the amount, net of both trade and cash discounts, paid for property, plus transportation costs and ancillary costs.

Suggest a Term

Enter Search Term

Enter a term, then click the entry you would like to view.