At-risk Rules.

At-risk Rules.,

Definition of At-risk Rules.:

A rule that limits the investor's deductible losses to the amount invested. Complications arise when investors finance their investment with loans for which they are not personally responsible (finance with support). Without this principle, investors can significantly increase withdrawal limits without incurring actual losses.

Literal Meanings of At-risk Rules.


Meanings of At:
  1. Describe the location or arrival at a particular location.

  2. This indicates the time when the incident occurred.

  3. Select a specific point or class on the scale.

  4. Expresses a particular condition or condition.

  5. Express objects with appearances, gestures, ideas, actions or plans.

  6. It reflects the way things are done.

  7. Lao currency unit, equal to one hundredth of a cup.

  8. The chemical element austenite.

Sentences of At
  1. They live in a corner house

  2. At nine o'clock the children go to bed

  3. Prices from 18,500

  4. It hurts them a lot

  5. I checked my watch

  6. Danger the prison guards with a knife


Meanings of Risk:
  1. Expose loss, damage or loss to anyone or anything of value.

  2. Conditions involved in exposure to hazards.

Sentences of Risk
  1. Disobeying the law is very dangerous

Synonyms of Risk

jeopardize, expose to danger, fear, hazard, venture, bet, possibility, endanger, imperil, put in jeopardy, peril, take a chance with, likelihood, put on the line, put in danger, prospect, gamble, wager, probability, chance, menace, danger, gamble with, threat, put at risk


Meanings of Rules:
  1. Exercising maximum power or authority over (an area and its inhabitants)

  2. Talk to the authorities and the law.

  3. Draw parallel lines (paper)

  4. Has a certain level or general power of (the price of the goods or goods traded in relation to its value).

  5. A set of rules or principles, which are clear or understood, that apply to a particular area of ​​business.

  6. Control or dominate an area or people.

  7. Normal or normal condition.

  8. A piece of wood or other hard material used to measure length or to mark straight lines on a ruler.

  9. Summary of Australian Rules

Sentences of Rules
  1. The area is now managed by elected officials.

  2. The Labor Court ruled that he had been wrongly fired.

  3. Place the page horizontally and print the information on the ruler.

  4. Indo and Mr. Jota rule in section two

  5. Rules of cricket

  6. The revolution ended British rule

  7. This accident is an exception, not a rule

Synonyms of Rules

authority, mastery, supremacy, administration, make a judgement, regime, power, injunction, direction, standard, requirement, statute, canon, command, ordinance, leadership, form, control, directive, prescription, fiat, mandate, precept