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Financial terms in "Fundamental Analysis"

1. insider report

2. Lintner's Model

3. dividend drag

4. net capital requirement

5. employee stock repurchase agreement

6. Distribution

7. buy and hold

8. foreign dividend

9. Whisper number

10. Chicago Board Options Exchange

11. dividend rollover plan

12. common-law voting

13. marginable stock

14. original issue stock

15. Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization

16. debenture stock

17. aggregate corporation

18. times interest earned

19. American Stock Exchange

20. gross processing margin

21. performance

22. LTM

23. common stock equivalent

24. distribution date

25. net surplus

26. employee stock purchase plan

27. cash flows from financing activities

28. earnings management

29. EBITDA Multiple

30. non-cash expense

31. gross sales

32. Form 8-K

33. certificated stock

34. declared dividend

35. stock swap

36. Equity

37. economic surplus


39. 52-week low

40. corporate governance

41. Valuation Reserve

42. cookie jar accounting

43. revenue per available room

44. net current assets

45. Return On Assets

46. Balance Sheet

47. stranded asset

48. book value

49. Canadian Royalty Trust (CANROY)

50. Multiple

51. Gross Profit Margin

52. Proxy statement

53. net profit

54. exceptional item

55. variable-rate preferred stock

56. liquid

57. income shares

58. Amortization

59. Year-To-Date

60. Note

61. visibility

62. dividend per share

63. Common Stock

64. idle

65. dividend notification

66. forecast

67. Earnings per Share

68. net cash flow

69. Fundamental analysis

70. Long-Term Equity Anticipation Securities

71. dual presentation

72. Three-Phase DDM


74. Ex-dividend

75. allowance for doubtful accounts

76. annual dividend

77. current earnings per share (current EPS)

78. noncumulative

79. dividend equivalent right

80. Gross margin

81. asset acquisition

82. donated stock

83. dilutive

84. common stock ratio

85. indicated yield

86. spillover dividend


88. Form 10-Q

89. hurdle rate

90. optional cash purchase

91. Interest

92. earnings calendar

93. first preferred stock

94. loan stock

95. net investment income per share

96. chart

97. net capital

98. forward pricing

99. earnings power

100. Stock Clearing Corporation

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Inflation-protected Security (TIPS)

Categories: Finance,

us treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS) adust the principal twice a year to reflect inflation or deflation measured by the consumer price index (CPI). The interest rate is fixed and is paid twice a year on the adjusted principal. So if your principal is larger because of inflation you earn more interest. If it's lower because of deflation, you earn less.You can buy TIPS with terms of 5, 10, or 20 year at issue using a TreasuryDirect account or in the secondary market. At maturity you receive either the adjusted principal or par value, whichever is greater. You owe federal income tax on the interest you earn and on inflation adjustments in each year they're added even though you don't receive the increases until the security matures. However, TIPS earnings are exempt from state and local income taxes.These securities provide a safeguard against deflation as well as against inflation since they guarantee that you'll get back no less than par, or face value, at maturity.

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