Cash equivalent

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A cash equivalent, also known as "cash and equivalents," are one of the three main asset classes, along with stocks and bonds. Cash equivalents are investments securities that are for short-term investing, and they have high credit quality and are highly liquid.[1]

Types of securities

These securities have a low-risk, low-return profile. The follow types are examples of cash equivalants:

See also


  1. "Cash Equivalents". Investopedia. Retrieved March 23, 2019.

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