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Liquidate is also a term used in bankruptcy procedures in which an entity chooses or is forced by a legal judgment or contract to turn assets into a "liquid" form (cash). In the investments arena, liquidation occurs when an investor decides to close out his or her position on a particular asset or security.

An investor that is long a stock may decide to sell some or all of the shares held in his portfolio for cash.

All of the firm's debts must be paid before it can pay liquidating dividends. A pro rata distribution of cash or property to stockholders as part of the dissolution of a business.

For example, a firm may be liquidated because the officers believe its stock price does not adequately reflect the value of its assets.

A company may also undergo a voluntary liquidation, which occurs when shareholders of the company elect to wind down the company.

The petition for voluntary liquidation is filed by shareholders when it is believed that the company has achieved its goals and purpose.

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Jawbone was last valued at

Jawbone was last valued at $1.5 billion when it raised $165 million in a down round in January 2016, according to Recode's Kara Swisher.

The cash proceeds would then be used to make a down payment for a home.

An individual may also decide to liquidate assets, such as house and land for cash.

This usually happens when shareholders believe that the company is no longer sustainable or profitable.

Therefore, liquidating dividends are considered a return of shareholders' investments, rather than profit on them.

Jawbone was in the process of making a shift to making "clinical-grade" wearable devices that could measure vitals like blood pressure, but the company was having trouble getting the device to work properly, sources told Business Insider.

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Jawbone was last valued at $1.5 billion when it raised $165 million in a down round in January 2016, according to Recode's Kara Swisher.The cash proceeds would then be used to make a down payment for a home.An individual may also decide to liquidate assets, such as house and land for cash.This usually happens when shareholders believe that the company is no longer sustainable or profitable.Therefore, liquidating dividends are considered a return of shareholders' investments, rather than profit on them.Jawbone was in the process of making a shift to making "clinical-grade" wearable devices that could measure vitals like blood pressure, but the company was having trouble getting the device to work properly, sources told Business Insider.

.5 billion when it raised 5 million in a down round in January 2016, according to Recode's Kara Swisher.

The cash proceeds would then be used to make a down payment for a home.

An individual may also decide to liquidate assets, such as house and land for cash.

This usually happens when shareholders believe that the company is no longer sustainable or profitable.

Therefore, liquidating dividends are considered a return of shareholders' investments, rather than profit on them.

Jawbone was in the process of making a shift to making "clinical-grade" wearable devices that could measure vitals like blood pressure, but the company was having trouble getting the device to work properly, sources told Business Insider.

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