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  1. Endowment Effect

    The endowment effect describes a circumstance in which an individual values something which they already own more than something which they do not yet own.
  2. Self-enhancement

    The self-enhancing bias is the tendency for individuals take all the credit for their successes while giving little or no credit to other individuals or external factors.
  3. Gamification

    Gamification describes the incentivization of people's engagement in non-game contexts using game mechanics.
  4. Freelance Economy

    A freelance economy revolves around hiring self-employed workers to undertake specific, short-term jobs in return for an agreed upon wage.
  5. Anchoring and Adjustment

    Anchoring and adjustment is a cognitive error described by behavioral finance in which individuals fixate on a target number or value.
  6. Sample Size Neglect

    Sample size neglect occurs when an individual infers too much from a small new sample of information.
  7. Base Rate Fallacy

    Base rate fallacy, or base rate neglect, is a cognitive error whereby too little weight is placed on the base (original) rate of possibility.
  8. Gentrification

    Gentrification refers to when a neighborhood or city undergoes urban renewal that often leads to the displacement of its previous occupants
  9. Home (legal definition)

    A home is the place where a person has their permanent primary residence to which they return, or intend to return.
  10. SENTRI

    This U.S. program grants pre-approved travelers access to a faster Customs and Border Protection process at land border crossings from Mexico into the U.S.
  11. Commercial Package Policy (CPP)

    An insurance policy that combines coverage for multiple perils, such as liability and property risk.
  12. Buffer Layer

    The difference between the primary limit of insurance and any excess layer of insurance.
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  1. Technical Skills

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  2. Prepaid Expense

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  3. Gordon Growth Model

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  5. Law Of Supply

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  6. Investment Grade

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