Some articles on yield, higher yield, higher:
... Yield is one part of the total return of holding a security ... A higher yield allows the owner to recoup his investment sooner, and so lessens risk ... But on the other hand, a high yield may have resulted from a falling market value for the security as a result of higher risk ...
... in the abortive trial of Wen Ho Lee.) If these stories are true, it would explain the reported higher yield of the W88, 475 kilotons, compared with only 300 kilotons for the earlier W87 warhead ... The higher yield of the W88 implies a larger secondary, which produces most of the yield ... The higher yield of the W88, which is the last new warhead produced by the United States, thus comes at a price of higher warhead weight and higher workplace hazard ...
Famous quotes containing the words yield and/or higher:
“Never yield to that temptation, which, to most young men, is very strong, of exposing other peoples weaknesses and infirmities, for the sake either of diverting the company, or of showing your own superiority. You may get the laugh on your side by it for the present; but you will make enemies by it for ever; and even those who laugh with you then, will, upon reflection, fear, and consequently hate you.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)
“In a higher phase of communist society ... only then can the narrow horizon of bourgeois right be fully left behind and society inscribe on its banners: from each according to his ability, to each according to his needs.”
—Karl Marx (18181883)