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Antagonistic

1. Hostile; unfriendly; in opposition to.  If you provoke a bored person they will become Antagonistic.

Apathy

1. Lack of emotion or feeling. 2. Lack of interest in things generally found exciting, interesting or moving; indifference. When a person suffers a severe loss and cannot express their grief, they restrain themselves and as a result, go into apathy.

Appreciate

1. To recognize the quality, significance, or magnitude of. 2. To be fully aware of or sensitive to; realize. 3. To be thankful or show gratitude for. 4. To admire greatly; value. 5. To raise in value or price, especially over time. Anything that is appreciated increases in value.

ARC

1. Affinity, Reality, and Communication which together equate to understanding, good feeling, friendliness or love.  The most important aspect of developing a relationship is communication, which builds a common reality, which develops closeness or affinity.  The result is understanding.

Aspiration

A strong desire to achieve something high or great; an object of such desire.

Aspire

1. To have a great ambition; desire strongly. 2. To strive toward an end.

Asset

1. Somebody or something that is useful and contributes to the success of something. 2. A property to which a value can be assigned. 3. The property that is owned by a particular person or organization. 4. The property of a person that can be taken by law for the settlement of debts or that forms part of a dead person’s estate. 5. The items on a balance sheet that constitute the total value of an organization.

Asset Class

A grouping of similar types of investments which have similar financial characteristics and behave similarly in the marketplace.

There are five main classes which are:

  1. Equities (stocks): Owning a share of a company.
  2. Fixed Income (debt): Lending money to a company or government for interest.
  3. Cash or equivalents: Money in bank accounts, or in your pocket, foreign exchange.
  4. Real Estate: Owning something physical like property.
  5. Commodities: Natural resource commodities and precious metals like gold, platinum, silver, etc.

Attention

1. A quantity of Lifeforce; active consciousness; the power or faculty of mental concentration. 2. Attention occurs when the interest becomes fixed. 3. The motion which must remain at an optimum effort. 4. Attention is aberrated by becoming unfixed and scanning at random or becoming too fixed without scanning.

Avoid

1. To stay clear of; stay away from. 2. To not face up to; dodge; shun.

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