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Financial terms in "Investing and Trading"

1. Universal Market Integrity Rules (UMIR)

2. Income Fund

3. conversion period

4. dealer option

5. above par

6. short the basis

7. commercial hedger

8. net sales transaction

9. Interim dividend

10. agency broker

11. Purchase and Sale Agreement

12. investment boutique small

13. stock option plan

14. normal investment practice

15. competitive market maker system

16. price target

17. performance share

18. Fundamental analysis

19. bull steepener

20. margin closeout

21. Dow Jones CDX Indexes

22. Dividend limitation

23. indexed portfolio

24. Redemption

25. Blue sky laws

26. uneven lot

27. Sweetener

28. Money market fund

29. local authority bond

30. Load fund

31. Share Capital

32. closed-market transaction

33. Compensation Fund

34. trend analysis

35. Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx)

36. agency pass-through

37. leveraged required return

38. Nfx

39. Russian Trading System (RTS)

40. Bearer bond

41. CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE)

42. soft stop order

43. Paid-Up Share

44. annuity ladder

45. ECN broker

46. MIT

47. PEG payback period

48. deep market

49. Bulldog bond

50. futures commission merchant

51. two-way trading

52. Ask

53. out of the money

54. Option Buyer

55. Hong Kong Monetary Authority Investment Portfolio (HKMA)

56. Level 3 asset

57. European best bid and offer (EBBO)

58. forward booking

59. Harvard MBA Indicator

60. churn rate

61. Underwrite

62. low volume pullback

63. conversion ratio

64. national best bid and offer

65. manual trader

66. Voting stock

67. burst basket

68. regulatory risk

69. Government bond

70. return if unchanged

71. Oslo Bors (OSE)

72. buy minus

73. trading curb

74. mixed market

75. wt

76. unquoted public company

77. seagull option

78. gold brick

79. Inflation-adjusted return

80. executive share option scheme

81. ax

82. technical correction

83. Stutzer index

84. narrowing the spread

85. close market

86. bias ratio

87. Bear Raid

88. warrant

89. cash or title option

90. Portfolio theory

91. bargain tax date

92. Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)

93. daily low

94. Market Eye

95. iceberg order

96. widow maker

97. Terms

98. quarterly income debt securities (QUIDS)

99. issue by tender

100. Limit price

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529 College Savings Plan

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Each 529 college savings plan is sponsored by a particular state or group of states, and while each plan is a little different, they share many basic elements. When you invest in a 529 savings plan, any earnings in your account accumulate tax free, and you can make federally tax-free withdrawals to pay for qualified educational expenses, such as college tuition, room and board, and books at any accredited college, university, vocational, or technical program in the United States and a number of institutions overseas. Some states also exempt earnings from state income tax, and may offer additional advantages to state residents, such as tax deductions for contributions.You must name a beneficiary when you open a 529 savings plan account, but you may change beneficiaries if you wish, as long as the new beneficiary is a member of the same extended family as the original beneficiary.In most cases, you may choose any state's plan, even if neither you nor your beneficiary live in that state. There are no income limits restricting who can contribute to a plan, and the lifetime contributions are more than $300,000 in some states.You can make a one-time contribution of $60,000 without incurring potential gift tax, provided you don't make another contribution for five years. Or, you may prefer to add smaller amounts, up to the annual gift exclusion.

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