1. Installment Sale

  2. Instant History Bias

  3. Instinet

  4. Institute For Divorce Financial Analysts - IDFA

  5. Institute For Supply Management - ISM

  6. Institute Of Chartered Accountants In England and Wales (ICAEW

  7. Institute Of Internal Auditors - IIA

  8. Institute Of Management Accountants - IMA

  9. Institute Of Petroleum - IP

  10. Institutional Brokers' Estimate System - IBES

  11. Institutional Buyout - IBO

  12. Institutional Fund

  13. Institutional Investor

  14. Institutional Investor Index

  15. Institutional Shares

  16. Instructing Bank

  17. Instrument

  18. Instrumentality

  19. Insufficient Funds

  20. Insurable Interest

  21. Insurance

  22. Insurance Bond

  23. Insurance Claim

  24. Insurance Company Credit Rating

  25. Insurance Coverage

  26. Insurance Derivative

  27. Insurance Fraud

  28. Insurance Industry ETF

  29. Insurance Proceeds

  30. Insurance Score

  31. Insurance Trust

  32. Insurance Underwriter

  33. Insured Bond

  34. Insured Financial Institution

  35. Intangible Asset

  36. Intangible Cost

  37. Intangible Drilling Costs - IDC

  38. Intangible Personal Property

  39. Intaxification

  40. Integrated Circuit Card

  41. Integrated Oil & Gas Company

  42. Integrated Pension Plan

  43. Intellectual Capital

  44. Intellectual Property

  45. Intelligent ETF

  46. Intentionally Defective Grantor Trust - IDGT

  47. Inter-American Development Bank - IDB

  48. Inter-Dealer Broker

  49. Inter-Vivos Trust

  50. Interactive Media

  51. Interbank Call Money Market

  52. Interbank Deposits

  53. Interbank Market

  54. Interbank National Authorization System (INAS)

  55. Interbank Network for Electronic Transfer - INET

  56. Interbank Rate

  57. Interchange

  58. Interchange Rate

  59. Intercommodity Spread

  60. Intercontinental Exchange - ICE

  61. Intercorporate Investment

  62. Interdealer Market

  63. Interdealer Quotation System

  64. Interdelivery Spread

  65. Interdistrict Settlement Account

  66. Interest

  67. Interest Cost

  68. Interest Coverage Ratio

  69. Interest Deduction

  70. Interest Due

  71. Interest Equalization Tax

  72. Interest Expense

  73. Interest Only (IO) Strips

  74. Interest Rate

  75. Interest Rate Call Option

  76. Interest Rate Cap Structure

  77. Interest Rate Ceiling

  78. Interest Rate Collar

  79. Interest Rate Differential - IRD

  80. Interest Rate Floor

  81. Interest Rate Future

  82. Interest Rate Gap

  83. Interest Rate Index

  84. Interest Rate Options

  85. Interest Rate Parity

  86. Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan (IRRRL)

  87. Interest Rate Risk

  88. Interest Rate Sensitivity

  89. Interest Rate Swap

  90. Interest Sensitive Assets

  91. Interest Sensitive Liabilities

  92. Interest Sensitive Stock

  93. Interest Shortfall

  94. Interest-On-Interest

  95. Interest-Only ARM

  96. Interest-Only Mortgage

  97. Interest-Rate Derivative

  98. Interested Shareholder

  99. Interim CEO

  100. Interim Dividend

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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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