A) Forward pricing
B) Current business day close
C) At the money
D) 90-day backdating

The correct answer is A.

Forward pricing is the SEC Rule that requires all transactions in open-end investment company shares to be based on the next calculation of the fund's Net Asset Value (NAV).

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