Investopedia Staff

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  1. Asset Allocation

    Risk-Neutral Measures

    A risk neutral measure is a theoretical measure of a market's risk aversion.
  2. Asset Allocation

    Zero-Investment Portfolio

    A zero-investment portfolio is a group of investments which, when combined, create a zero net value.
  3. Financial Analysis

    Tangible Book Value Per Share - TBVPS

    Tangible book value per share is the per-share value of a company's equity after removing any intangible assets.
  4. Financial Analysis

    Horizontal Merger

    A horizontal merger occurs when companies in the same industry merge.
  5. Financial Analysis

    Back-End Ratio

    The back-end ratio indicates what portion of a person's monthly income goes toward paying debts.
  6. Financial Analysis

    Basic Earnings Per Share

    Basic earnings per share is a rough measurement of the amount of a company's profit that can be allocated to one share of ...
  7. Mutual Funds

    Foreign Fund

    A foreign fund is a fund that invests in companies outside the investor’s country of residence.
  8. Debt

    National Foundation For Consumer Credit (NFCC)

    The National Foundation For Consumer Credit (NFCC) is an organization of non-profit credit counseling agencies assisting ...
  9. Mutual Funds

    Instinet

    Instinet is a global financial securities service that operates an electronic securities order matching (trading) and information ...
  10. Mutual Funds

    Chartered Investment Counselor - CIC

    Chartered investment counselor is a designation awarded by the Investment Adviser Association.
  11. Mutual Funds

    Enhanced Indexing

    Enhanced indexing is an investment approach that attempts to amplify the returns of an underlying portfolio or index.
  12. Bonds / Fixed Income

    Sushi Bond

    A sushi bond is a bond issued by a Japanese issuer in a market outside Japan and denominated in a currency other than the ...
  13. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    Baycorp Advantage (Veda Advantage)

    Baycorp Advantage is a credit bureau located in Austrailia and New Zealand that provides credit scoring and reporting services ...
  14. International / Global

    State Oil Fund (Azerbaijan)

    The State Oil Fund of the Republic of Azerbaijan (SOFAZ) is a sovereign wealth fund established by the Republic of Azerbaijan. ...
  15. Mutual Funds

    Common Stock Fund

    A common stock fund is a mutual fund that invests in the common stock of numerous publicly traded companies.
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