VOLATILITY RISK Definition

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VOLATILITY RISK is the risk that a specific security price will increase or decrease by greater increments than the general market.

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MARKUP is the amount added to the cost of goods in order to produce the desired profit.

ALLOCATE is to distribute according to a plan or set apart for a special purpose. Examples: a. spread a cost over two or more accounting periods; b. charge a cost or revenue to a number of departments, products, processes or activities on a rational basis.

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