High-Water Mark

High-Water Mark,

What is The Meaning of High-Water Mark?

  • A high watermark is the highest peak value that an investment fund or account has reached. The term is often used to refer to a fund manager's performance-based compensation. High rankings ensure that managers do not receive large sums of money for poor performance. If the manager from time to time. If money is lost from time to time, they must withdraw the excess funds before receiving the Asset Under Management Performance Bonus (AUM).

    • A high watermark is the value that reaches an account or mutual fund.
    • High scores are often used as a limiting point to determine the cost of performance that investors must pay.
    • The purpose is to prevent investors from paying poor performance fees and repaying the fund whenever it is profitable.
    • With higher ratings, investors pay a fee that only covers deposits between the entry point and the peak.

Literal Meanings of High-Water Mark

High:

Meanings of High:
  1. To a large extent or in a certain amount.

  2. very much

  3. In (head) or head

  4. Highlights, degrees or numbers.

  5. A very pleasant or successful moment.

  6. High school (mainly used in nouns)

  7. Larger than usual in number, size or intensity.

  8. (Of a note or pitch) with a frequency at the top of the audible limit.

  9. I especially enjoy the effects of drugs or alcohol.

Sentences of High
  1. The statue is about five meters high

  2. One of the pioneers of chemical technology in the 20th century

  3. My voice rose with excitement

  4. Raw material prices are at extraordinary levels

  5. Ups and downs in life

  6. A loud, loud voice

  7. It is a type of crystallized butter used for cooking and has a slightly pungent odor.

  8. The "i" symbol (as in most spellings) in the IPA indicates a high front head.

Synonyms of High

in transports of delight, top-level, big, exalted, elated, chief, inebriated, overjoyed, at great height, record, piping, piercing, delirious, soaring, euphoric, outrageous, overpriced, illustrious, tall, elevated, upper, exorbitant, peak, on cloud nine, unreasonable

Water:

Meanings of Water:
  1. Apply or spray on water (plants or areas) to encourage plant growth.

  2. (Eyes) Wet or watery.

  3. Dilute or mix with water (drink, usually alcohol).

  4. Increase by issuing new shares (loan from the company or equity capital) without an affiliate listing.

  5. Colorless, transparent and odorless liquid that forms oceans, lakes, rivers and rainwater and forms the basis of fluids for living organisms.

  6. Bodies or bodies of water, such as rivers, oceans or lakes.

  7. Urine.

  8. The amniotic fluid that surrounds the fetus in the uterus, especially if it is removed before birth.

  9. The quality of transparency and luster of diamonds or other precious stones.

  10. Shared capital represents more book value than a company's real assets.

Sentences of Water
  1. I watered the geraniums

  2. Rory had tears in her eyes.

  3. Club staff have reduced drinks

  4. They dissolve in hot water and get drunk between meals.

  5. The grass goes to the water's edge

  6. I think my bag is broken

Synonyms of Water

sprinkle, dampen, ocean, wet, exude water, sea, leak, make thinner, become wet, moisten, water down, splash, make weaker, add water to, thin out, make thin, thin, aqua, weaken, dilute, make weak, spray

Mark:

Meanings of Mark:
  1. Make prints or smudges visible.

  2. Usually write a word or symbol (an item) for identification purposes.

  3. Show position.

  4. Evaluate the level (written assignments) by giving points for skills or correct answers (through teacher or believers).

  5. Observe or pay close attention.

  6. (Team players) Stay close (with some opponents) to get the ball or prevent it from passing.

  7. A small area on the surface that is different in color from the surrounding area and is usually the result of an accident or damage.

  8. Lines, images or symbols to identify or insert something.

Sentences of Mark
  1. He touched the picture gently, careful not to mark it

  2. He marked all his possessions with his name

  3. The border between Alaska and Yukon is marked at the top of the pass

  4. Teachers have plenty of time to classify assignments

  5. Let yourself go, remember my word!

  6. Each central guard marks an attacker

  7. The cartoon left a red spot on the side of his face

  8. The first letter has an accent

  9. Many candidates lose points if they do not read the questions carefully.

  10. Some bullets may miss the target

  11. The Germans spent billions to save the French franc from speculation

Synonyms of Mark

appraise, label, smear, spot, tag, target, take to heart, heed, take note of, blotch, watermark, impression, speck, assess, name, stain, object, blot, smudge, intention, purpose, earmark, pay attention to

High-Water Mark,

High-Water Mark Meanings:

  • High-Water Mark refers to James Chen, CMT, is an experienced trader, investment advisor and global market strategist. He is the author of John Wiley & Sons' books on trade and technology trade and has been a visiting researcher at CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Forbes and Reuters, among other financial companies.

    • A high watermark is the highest value that has been reached or achieved in an investment account.
    • High watermarks are often used as a threshold for determining performance costs that investors will have to pay.
    • The goal is to prevent investors from paying a performance fee and paying a recurring fee for each win.
    • With a high watermark, the investor pays a fee that only covers the amount earned between the entry point and its highest level.

Literal Meanings of High-Water Mark

High:

Meanings of High:
  1. When food (especially food) starts to spoil, it has an unpleasant odor.

  2. (Heads) are formed with the tongue relatively close to the roof of the mouth.

  3. Height, surface or shape.

  4. A very happy or successful moment.

  5. For (longer) or in higher notes.

  6. (In the game of cards) with the most cards.

Sentences of High
  1. He's not drunk, just a little drunk.

  2. This is candy butter that is used for cooking, it has a slightly pungent smell.

  3. My voice rises with joy.

  4. A standard 52 card pack is used, which contains highs.

Synonyms of High

acute, at altitude, over the odds, on drugs, high as a kite, distinguished, sharp, niffy, turnt, over the top, prime, prohibitive, high-rise, out of one's mind, funky, ruling, record level, main, boisterous, apogee, acme, high level, on a high

Water:

Meanings of Water:
  1. Water body or body of water, such as B. river, sea or lake.

  2. The amniotic fluid that surrounds the fetus in the uterus is mainly due to the fact that it is expelled into the stream before birth.

  3. Share capital, which represents more book value than the company's actual assets.

  4. (Someone's eyes) are full of tears.

  5. Blended or mixed with water (a beverage, usually alcohol).

  6. Increase in equity with the issuance of new shares (company debt or equity capital) without the same increase.

Sentences of Water
  1. Drinking alcohol makes you urinate more often.

  2. Rory had tears in his eyes.

  3. The club team diluted the drink.

Synonyms of Water

saturate, waterlog, hose (down), reservoir, river, make weak/weaker, taint, make thin/thinner, flood, cut, loch, pond, adulterate, sodden, mix, souse, lake, thin (out), soak, pool, H2O, Adam's ale, drench, doctor, douse

Mark:

Meanings of Mark:
  1. A small area on the surface of different color from the surrounding area, usually due to damage or dirt.

  2. A line, image or symbol as a sign or note of something.

  3. One point for the correct answer or for passing an exam or competition.

  4. Cleanly grab the ball with a kick, punch or throw in front of an opponent on or behind the 22-yd-line and shout "Mark", after which the recipient can take a free throw.

  5. Leave a visible mark or stain.

  6. Write a word or symbol (an object) to convey information.

  7. Estimates the level of skill (written work) (by the teacher or examiner) or points for correct answers.

  8. Pay attention or pay attention.

  9. (A player in a team game) stands near (the opponent) to prevent him from picking up or passing the ball.

  10. One unit of the German basic currency (until the introduction of the euro in 2002), equivalent to 100 pfennigs per Deutschmark.

  11. Old English and Scottish banknotes, equivalent to thirteen shillings and four pence in daily exchange.

Sentences of Mark
  1. Many candidates lose points for not reading the questions carefully.

  2. He touched the image lightly, not marking it carefully.

  3. He put all his marks with his name

  4. The upper part of the pass marks the border between Alaska and Yukon.

  5. Every defender finds the attacker.

  6. Germany spends billions to save the French franc from bookies.

  7. Sir William left 500 marks for road work in Cambridge.

Synonyms of Mark

evaluate, question mark, put one's name on, imprint, marking, fleck, trace, stamp, blaze, give (a) thought to, fingerprint, hallmark, smirch, gash, speckle, put one's seal on, mind, aim, indicate, diacritic, blemish, regard, correct, pay heed to