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What does TH stand for?
TH stands for Time Horizon
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We have 31 other meanings of TH in our Acronym Attic
- Thermite Bomb (US Navy)
- Thierry Henry (soccer player)
- Threshold (value of relative length or relative area to determine SRC)
- Through Hole (soldering and electronic engineering machinery)
- Thunderhill (Manitoba, Saskatchewan)
- Thyroid Hormone
- Tim Horton
Samples in periodicals archive:
People whose spending and saving plans looked ahead by more than three months were categorized as having a longer time horizon, while those whose financial plans looked no more than a week ahead had a shorter time horizon.
Dubai Gulf Cooperation Council investors are highly risk averse and have relatively short time horizons for investments made in 2011, according to the newly-released Invesco Middle East Asset Management Study, a survey of investors conducted by Invesco, an investment bank and NMG, an independent strategy consultant.
Within auditing standards, for example, some differences are the time horizon for going concern considerations (one year in the United States vs.
Once a time horizon and risk/return profile has been established, the fiduciary then can make decisions on what asset classes are appropriate, the mix between those classes and whether or not there should be subclasses.
Health executives need to look at a time horizon that is long enough to capture the full range of costs and benefits associated with the system, particularly those that are indirect.
Ken Sperling Hewitt's Health Management Practice "They [Generation Xers] have a very long time horizon.
The objective is to meet the production targets over a future time horizon while minimizing the total manufacturing cost.