Liquidity Of Assets

Definition of "Liquidity of assets"

Debra & Dennis Rutledge
Debra & Dennis Rutledge BHHS Florida Properties Group

Financial holdings that can be converted into cash in a timely manner without the loss of principal, such as U.S. Treasury Bills. Liquidity of assets is one of the most important principles of investment strategies, especially the first layer of an investment portfolio. Life insurance is generally placed in this first layer because of its cash value. The owner has complete liquidity since it can be used as collateral for a loan a any time.

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