1. Association Of Futures Brokers And Dealers - AFBD

  2. Association Of Government Accountants

  3. Association of International Bond Dealers - AIBD

  4. Association of Latino Professionals In Finance and Accounting ALPFA

  5. Association of Southeast Asian Nations - ASEAN

  6. Assortment Strategy

  7. Assumable Mortgage

  8. Assumed Interest Rate - AIR

  9. Assumption Clause

  10. Assumption Endorsement

  11. Assurance

  12. Assurance Services

  13. Asteroid Event

  14. Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line - ADSL

  15. Asymmetric Information

  16. Asymmetric Volatility Phenomenon - AVP

  17. Asymmetrical Distribution

  18. At A Discount

  19. At A Premium

  20. At Best

  21. At Limit

  22. At Par

  23. At Risk Rules

  24. At Sight

  25. At The Market

  26. At The Money

  27. At-Or-Better

  28. At-The-Close Order

  29. At-The-Opening-Order

  30. ATA Carnet

  31. Athens Stock Exchange - ATHEX

  32. Atlanta Fed Index

  33. Atlantic Spread

  34. Atlas Options

  35. Atmospherics

  36. ATS (Austrian Schilling)

  37. Attachment

  38. Attained Age

  39. Attest Function

  40. Attestation

  41. Attorney In Fact

  42. Attorney's Fee Awards

  43. Attorney's Letter

  44. Attornment

  45. Attribute Bias

  46. Attribute Sampling

  47. Attribution Analysis

  48. Attribution Rules

  49. Attrition

  50. Auction

  51. Auction House

  52. Auction Market

  53. Auction Market Preferred Stock - AMPS

  54. Auction Rate

  55. Auction Rate Bond - ARB

  56. Auction Rate Security - ARS

  57. AUD

  58. AUD (Australian Dollar)

  59. AUD/USD (Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar)

  60. Audit

  61. Audit Committee

  62. Audit Cycle

  63. Audit Department

  64. Audit Risk

  65. Audit Trail

  66. Auditability

  67. Auditing Evidence

  68. Auditing Standards Board - ASB

  69. Auditor

  70. Auditor's Opinion

  71. Auditor's Report

  72. Augmented Product

  73. Augmented Reality

  74. Aunt Millie

  75. Aussie

  76. Austerity

  77. Australian Bankers Association (ABA)

  78. Australian Bureau of Statistics - ABS

  79. Australian Financial Markets Association (AFMA) Bank-Bill Reference Rate (BBSW)

  80. Australian Future Fund

  81. Australian Securities And Investments Commission - ASIC

  82. Australian Stock Exchange - ASX

  83. Australian Stock Price Riskless Indexed Note - ASPIRIN

  84. Austrian School

  85. Autarky

  86. AUTEX

  87. Authority Bond

  88. Authorization Code

  89. Authorized Forex Dealer

  90. Authorized Investment

  91. Authorized Participant

  92. Authorized Settlement Agent

  93. Authorized Share Capital

  94. Authorized Stock

  95. Auto Industry ETF

  96. Auto Insurance

  97. Auto Sales

  98. Auto Supplier Support Program (Auto SSP)

  99. Autocorrelation

  100. Automated Bond System - ABS

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  5. Pareto Principle

    A principle, named after economist Vilfredo Pareto, that specifies an unequal relationship between inputs and outputs. The principle states that, for many phenomena, 20% of invested input is responsible for 80% of the results obtained. Put another way, 80% of consequences stem from 20% of the causes.
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