liquidity margin of safety


The amount of liquid resources currently available expressed as a ratio compared to short term liabilities. Amounts of liquid assets such as certain investments, incoming cash flow for operations, and readily available capital are balanced against potential claims on liquidity related to current debts or other forms of exposure. A liquidity margin of safety is considered good if the ratio of liquidity to short term debt obligations is greater than one.
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