Positional benefit; capacity to work effortlessly: "started their . . . profession with a lot more personal control than their dad had enjoyed” ( Doris Kearns Goodwin).
the utilization of credit or borrowed resources to improve your speculative capacity while increasing the price of return from a good investment, as with buying securities on margin.
A force compounded by way of a lever rotating around a pivot; see torque.
By expansion, any influence that will be compounded or always get a plus.
the application of borrowed resources with a contractually determined come back to boost the capability of a small business to take a position and make an expected greater return, but generally at risky.
the capacity to make very high comes back when operating at large capacity using a facility.
The action of a lever; technical advantage attained because of the lever.
The activity of a lever; the arrangement wherein lever-power is attained.
Lever-power; the technical advantage or energy gained through the use of a lever.
Figuratively, benefit for achieving an objective; increased energy of action.
the technical advantage attained when you are capable of use a lever
spending with borrowed cash as a way to amplify possible gains (at the chance of greater losings)