material amount


A significant shift in the price of a security from the price originally projected by the investor within a given time frame, which may either confirm or disprove the original projection. The shift must be large enough to be considered noteworthy and discussed with the shareholders. Slight price fluctuations during the trade will be considered immaterial.
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material adverse change (MAC) material fact