Liquidity Cushion

Liquidity Cushion
A reserve fund for a company or person containing money market and highly liquid investments.

This is a cushion used by large and small investors. By maintaining cash reserves in money market instruments, unexpected demands on cash don't require the immediate sale of securities.


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