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  1. SEC Form F-N

    SEC Form F-N is a filing required of foreign banks, insurers, holding companies and subsidiaries that want to make public ...
  2. Limited Edition

    A limited edition is a small run of items, such as a print of a master image, meant to create a sense of rarity or exclusivity ...
  3. Fractional Gift

    A fractional gift entails a gradual charitable donation of a work of art in order to receive the maximum a tax break.
  4. Auction House

    A company that facilitates the buying and selling of assets, such as works of art and collectibles.
  5. Quarterly Income Preferred Securities - QUIPS

    Shares of limited partnerships, issued on the NYSE as preferred securities, whose proceeds benefit parent companies. They ...
  6. 4 Things Millennials Need to Know about Economics

    Millennials are just entering their prime working years as we face economic problems that are nearly unprecedented in world ...
  1. Limited Edition

    A limited edition is a small run of items, such as a print of a master image, meant to create a sense of rarity or exclusivity ...
  2. Fractional Gift

    A fractional gift entails a gradual charitable donation of a work of art in order to receive the maximum a tax break.
  3. Ignoring Bitcoin Is No Longer an Option for FAs

    It'd be hard to find an investment that’s captivated everyday investors as much as cryptocurrencies. The majority of financial ...
  4. The Fundamentals of Financial Plans

    Charles Schwab's Executive Vice President of Investor Relations, Terri Kallsen, shares how a financial plan makes a critical ...
  5. Synthetic Identity Theft

    Synthetic identity theft is a type of fraud in which a criminal combines real (usually stolen) and fake information to create ...
  6. Patrick J. Moore

    Patrick J. Moore became chairman and CEO of Smurfit-Stone Container Corporation in 2002.
  1. Power Of Sale

    Power of sale is a clause in a mortgage that gives the lender the right to foreclose on a property without judicial review ...
  2. Use And Occupancy - U&O

    Use and occupancy refers to a type of permit required when real property is transferred or an agreement that allows temporary ...
  3. Recourse Loan

    A recourse loan is a type of financing that allows a lender to seek damages and attach the accounts of the borrower if they ...
  4. In Escrow

    In escrow is a status for an item that has been transferred to a third party to be released later to a grantee as part of ...
  5. How Americans Struggle with Retirement

    While some struggle to plan a drawdown schedule, others may not be able to afford retirement at all.
  6. Distressed Sale

    A distressed sale is a situation where a seller attempts to divest themselves of an asset in an urgent manner even if means ...
  1. Insider Trading Act of 1988

    The Insider Trading Act of 1988 increased the liability penalties to all involved parties to insider trading.
  2. IRR (Iranian Rial)

    IRR is the abbreviation for the national currency of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Iranian rial.
  3. Lapse

    A lapse is the cessation of a privilege, right or policy due to time or inaction.
  4. Bear Spread

    A bear spread is an option strategy seeking maximum profit when the price of the underlying security declines.
  5. Buy To Open

    Buy to open is a term used by many brokerages to represent the opening of a long call or put position in option transactions. ...
  6. Time Decay

    Time decay is the rate of the change in an option's (or other security's) as time to expiration nears.
  1. HK Exchange Brushes Off Chinese Snub Over Dual-Class Shares

    Hong Kong's exchange described as "temporary" a dispute with its Shanghai and Shenzhen counterparts over plans to bar investor ...
  2. Planemakers to Kickstart Farnborough Jetliner Order Battle

    Aerospace firms Airbus and Boeing will kickstart a contest for tens of billions of dollars of orders at the Farnborough Airshow ...
  3. IRR (Iranian Rial)

    IRR is the abbreviation for the national currency of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Iranian rial.
  4. Eric S. Maskin

    Eric S. Maskin is an Adams University Professor at Harvard who won the Nobel Prize in Economics with Leonid Hurwicz and Roger ...
  5. SEC Form F-N

    SEC Form F-N is a filing required of foreign banks, insurers, holding companies and subsidiaries that want to make public ...
  6. Unifor and Compass Minerals in Tentative Deal to End Strike at Salt Mine

    Canada's Unifor union said it reached a tentative agreement with Compass Minerals International Inc to end a 12-week strike ...
  1. HK Exchange Brushes Off Chinese Snub Over Dual-Class Shares

    Hong Kong's exchange described as "temporary" a dispute with its Shanghai and Shenzhen counterparts over plans to bar investor ...
  2. Planemakers to Kickstart Farnborough Jetliner Order Battle

    Aerospace firms Airbus and Boeing will kickstart a contest for tens of billions of dollars of orders at the Farnborough Airshow ...
  3. SEC Form F-N

    SEC Form F-N is a filing required of foreign banks, insurers, holding companies and subsidiaries that want to make public ...
  4. Unifor and Compass Minerals in Tentative Deal to End Strike at Salt Mine

    Canada's Unifor union said it reached a tentative agreement with Compass Minerals International Inc to end a 12-week strike ...
  5. Boeing Concerned About Tariff Talk, but No Business Impact Yet

    Boeing Co is concerned about the impact of possible trade tariffs on the cost of running its supply chain, but has not yet ...
  6. L-3 Hires Former Senior Lockheed Official O'Bryan to Head Sales

    L-3 Communications Holdings said on Sunday it had hired former senior Lockheed Martin executive Steve O'Bryan as its global ...
  1. How Americans Struggle with Retirement

    While some struggle to plan a drawdown schedule, others may not be able to afford retirement at all.
  2. The 4 Phases of Retirement and How to Budget for Them

    Retirement consists of four stages, each with different expenses and different budgeting needs. Here's how to manage your ...
  3. When Should You File for Retirement Benefits?

    There are a lot of uncertainties in retirement, but you can control when you take your Social Security benefit.
  4. A Guide to Estate Planning When You're Young

    No matter what age you are, estate planning and the documents that go with it are important.
  5. IRS Publication 721: Tax Guide To U.S. Civil Service Retirement Benefits

    IRS Publication 721: Tax Guide To U.S. Civil Service Retirement Benefits details U.S. income tax rules for retirees from ...
  6. Targeted-Distribution Fund

    A Targeted-Distribution Fund is a mutual fund that serves as an income replacement option for retirees.
  1. Adware

    Adware is software that displays advertising on a computer, redirects search results to advertising websites and collects ...
  2. Cryptocurrency This Week

    After last week's gains, cryptocurrencies are back down.
  3. Blockbuster Dies in Alaska

    The vintage chain stayed alive in Alaska much longer than in most other states, but Blockbuster's time is up in the Last ...
  4. ‘100 Tokens by 2020’: Ledger Expands Its Services

    Ledger announces plans to add support for several new cryptocurrencies per month.
  5. Binance Takes Stake in First Decentralized Bank

    Crypto investors are trying to build the first regulated blockchain-based bank in Malta.
  6. Black Friday

    In history, Black Friday was a stock market catastrophe that took place on Sept. 24, 1869. On that day, after a period of ...
Hot Definitions
  1. Intrinsic Value

    Intrinsic value is the perceived or calculated value of a company, including tangible and intangible factors, and may differ ...
  2. Current Assets

    Current assets is a balance sheet account that represents the value of all assets that can reasonably expected to be converted ...
  3. Volatility

    Volatility measures how much the price of a security, derivative, or index fluctuates.
  4. Money Market

    The money market is a segment of the financial market in which financial instruments with high liquidity and very short maturities ...
  5. Cost of Debt

    Cost of debt is the effective rate that a company pays on its current debt as part of its capital structure.
  6. Depreciation

    Depreciation is an accounting method of allocating the cost of a tangible asset over its useful life and is used to account ...
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