Net

Net,

Definition of Net:

  1. A length of open-meshed material made of twine, cord, rope, or something similar, used typically for catching fish or other animals.

  2. A structure consisting of a net supported on a frame, forming the goal in games such as soccer and hockey.

  3. A fine fabric with a very open weave.

  4. Catch or land (a fish or other animal) with a net.

  5. A means of catching someone; a trap.

  6. (in sports) hit or kick (a ball or puck) into the net; score (a goal).

  7. A communications or broadcasting network.

  8. Cover with a net.

  9. Amount remaining after all deductions from, or adjustments to, a gross figure have been made. Gross Weight vs Net Weight in Your Portfolio The weight of your assets is the amount of each security in your portfolio relative to the entire portfolio. Weight changes depending on whether youre selling short or long. With a little practice, its easy to tell the difference between gross weight vs net weight.

    Gross Weight

    Gross weight is easy to determine. If you have a portfolio that consists of $13,000 long and $3,000 short positions, then you have a total investment of $16,000. The gross weight of your long position is 81.25%, and the gross weight of your short position is 18.75%. In order to find gross weight, you need to divide the amount of any given security by the amount of total securities held. Its up to you whether you want to use dollar values or shares as the metric for comparison. Net Weight

    Net weight is slightly more complicated to figure. In our example, we have a portfolio with $3,000 long and $2,000 tied up in short positions. In this case, the net weight of our long positions is +130 and the net weight for our short position is -30. The net weight is based on the total value of your portfolio, and looks at long investments as positive and short investments as negative. The two numbers will always add up to the net of 100.

Synonyms of Net

Acquire, Afford, Angle, Apprehend, Arabesque, Arrest, Asking price, Avails, Avoirdupois, Bag, Bait, Bait the hook, Balance, Bargain price, Basketry, Basketwork, Be seized of, Beef, Beefiness, Bid, Bid price, Birdlime, Bob, Bola, Box office, Braid, Bring in, Burden, Cancellation, Capital gains, Capitalize on, Capture, Cash in on, Cash price, Catch, Catch out, Circuit, Clam, Clean up, Cleanup, Clear, Clear profit, Coast-to-coast hookup, Cobweb, Coin money, Colander, Come by, Come in for, Come into, Commercialize, Commissions, Contract, Controlled price, Corral, Cramp, Credit, Credits, Cribble, Cribriformity, Cribrosity, Cripple, Crop, Cross-hatching, Crossing-out, Cumber, Current price, Current quotation, Cut price, Dap, Deadweight, Decoy, Deficit, Derive, Dib, Dibble, Difference, Discrepancy, Disposable income, Dividend, Dividends, Drag down, Dragnet, Draw, Drive, Earn, Earned income, Earnings, Embarrass, Encumber, Enlace, Enmesh, Ensnare, Ensnarl, Entangle, Enter into possession, Entoil, Entrammel, Entrap, Entwine, Enweb, Epact, Fatness, Fetter, Filigree, Filthy lucre, Fish, Fishhook, Fixed price, Flat rate, Fly, Fly-fish, Foul, Fret, Fretwork, Gain, Gain by, Gains, Gate, Gate receipts, Get, Gettings, Gig, Gill net, Gin, Gleanings, Go fishing, Going price, Grate, Grating, Gravity, Grid, Gridiron, Grig, Grille, Grillwork, Gross, Gross income, Gross profit, Gross receipts, Gross weight, Ground bait, Guddle, Hachure, Hamper, Hamstring, Handicap, Harpoon, Harvest, Hatching, Heaviness, Heft, Heftiness, Hoard, Hobble, Honeycomb, Hook, Hook in, Hookup, Impede, Income, Intake, Interest, Interknit, Interlace, Interlacement, Intertexture, Intertie, Intertissue, Intertwine, Intertwinement, Intertwist, Interweave, Intort, Inveigle, Involve, Jack, Jacklight, Jig, Killing, Knit, Lace, Lacery, Lacework, Lacing, Lame, Land, Lariat, Lasso, Lattice, Latticework, Left, Leftover, Lime, List price, Liveweight, Loom, Loop, Lucre, Lumber, Lure, Make, Make a killing, Make an arrest, Make money, Make money by, Makings, Market price, Mat, Mesh, Meshes, Meshwork, Nail, Neat price, Neat profit, Neat weight, Net income, Net profit, Net receipts, Net weight, Netting, Network, Noose, Obtain, Odd, Output, Outstanding, Over, Overbalance, Overweight, Package price, Paper profits, Pay, Pay off, Pelf, Percentage, Perk, Perks, Perquisite, Pick up, Pickings, Piece price, Plait, Pleach, Plexure, Plexus, Plug, Ponderability, Ponderosity, Ponderousness, Porosity, Porousness, Pound net, Poundage, Press down, Price list, Prices current, Proceeds, Procure, Produce, Profit, Profits, Pull down, Purse seine, Put under arrest, Quotation, Quoted price, Raddle, Radio links, Rake-off, Realize, Realize on, Reap, Receipt, Receipts, Receivables, Recommended price, Remainder, Remaining, Remanent, Reticle, Reticulation, Reticule, Reticulum, Return, Returns, Revenue, Riddle, Rope, Royalties, Sack, Saddle with, Score, Screen, Screening, Secure, Seine, Seize, Selling price, Shackle, Shrimp, Sieve, Sievelikeness, Snag, Snare, Snarl, Sniggle, Spare, Spear, Spin, Spinner, Splice, Sponge, Spread the toils, Springe, Squid, Still-fish, Stock market quotations, Store, Strainer, Superfluous, Surplus, Surviving, Take, Take captive, Take into custody, Take prisoner, Take-in, Takings, Tangle, Tangle up with, Texture, Throughput, Tissue, To spare, Toil, Toils, Tonnage, Torch, Tracery, Trade price, Trammel, Trap, Trawl, Trellis, Trelliswork, Trip, Troll, Turn a penny, Turn to account, Turn to profit, Twill, Twine, Twist, Unconsumed, Underweight, Unearned income, Unit price, Unused, Wattle, Wealth, Weave, Weaving, Web, Webbing, Webwork, Weft, Weigh down, Weight, Weightiness, Whale, Wholesale price, Wicker, Wickerwork, Win, Wind, Winnings, Wobbler, Wreathe, Yield, Netting, Meshwork, Mesh, Webbing, Tulle, Fishnet, Openwork, Lace, Lacework, Latticework, Lattice, Trap, Booby trap, Snare

How to use Net in a sentence?

  1. The search was delayed, allowing the murderers to escape the net.
  2. The radio net was brought to life with a mayday.
  3. A young college graduate was ecstatic when she discovered how much she will earn in her chosen career. She had forgotten that after taxes she would only receive the net or what is left after taxes. She never thought about working in a state with lower taxes.
  4. Randy couldnt wait to get his first paycheck, but he was surprised by the difference in the gross amount of his pay (before deduction of taxes and any other payments) versus the net amount (after deduction of those items).
  5. Net curtains.
  6. The company earned $100,000 in total revenue for the fiscal year and paid $80,000 in total expenses, leaving a net profit of $20,000.
  7. Fishermen mending their nets.
  8. He turned Wilsons cross into the net.
  9. In six years Wright has netted 177 goals.
  10. Damage caused when netting the fish.

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