Marketed claims

Marketed claims,

Definition of Marketed claims:

  1. Investment: An established right through ownership of a tradable security. Claims can be bought or sold through financial markets. For example, ownership of a commodity contract that controls 100 bushels of wheat provides the holder with the right to receive the underlying commodity.

  2. Business: Attributes of a product or service that are announced to an audience through marketing channels.

Meaning of Marketed claims & Marketed claims Definition