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Financial terms in "Ipos"

1. spinning

2. allottee

3. minority IPO

4. Secondary Market

5. direct financing

6. registration

7. Waiting Period

8. Registered Company

9. Premium

10. issuance date

11. Overallotment

12. NASD Form Fr-1

13. green shoe

14. Dutch Auction

15. shelf registration

16. underwriting group

17. Public Issue

18. syndicate member

19. comfort letter

20. partial spinoff

21. general public distribution

22. Form S-1

23. Gross spread

24. fully distributed issue

25. IPO halt

26. originate

27. book building

28. dual syndicate equity offering

29. Public Company

30. banking syndicate

31. Reverse Merger

32. negotiated underwriting

33. letter of comment

34. management's discussion and analysis

35. new listing

36. jumping the gun

37. best effort

38. filing

39. special offering

40. transferable underwriting facility (TRUF)

41. syndicate

42. issuance costs

43. secondary liquidity

44. death star IPO

45. final prospectus

46. Primary Market

47. friendly hands

48. gun jumping

49. repackaging

50. fund

51. impact day

52. SEC filing

53. investment banking group

54. date of issue

55. subsequent distribution

56. allocation notice

57. offering

58. forced initial public offering

59. investment banking

60. SCOR

61. institutional pot

62. group sale

63. New Issue

64. subscription period

65. Reverse Takeover

66. dual-class ownership

67. selling shareholders

68. Comment Letter

69. Oversubscribed

70. Hot issue

71. flotation costs

72. issue department

73. day to day (DTD)

74. offering size

75. Underwriting

76. IPO spinning

77. DPO

78. standby underwriting

79. Rights Issue

80. liquidity event

81. all hands meeting

82. Offering price

83. broken ipo

84. Initial Public Offering

85. buy, strip and flip

86. hot IPO

87. investment banker

88. break issue

89. round of funding

90. issue by tender

91. friends and family offering

92. gross proceeds

93. IPO ETF

94. allotment

95. undersubscription

96. due diligence

97. Investment bank

98. pre-IPO placement

99. Exit Strategy

100. release letter

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Systematic Withdrawal

Categories: Mutual Funds, Investing and Trading, Stocks,

Systematic withdrawal is a method of receiving income in regular installments from your mutual fund accounts, retirement plans, or annuity contracts. Generally, you decide how much you want to receive in each payment, and the schedule on which you want to receive the income. Those payments continue until you stop them or you run out of money. Unlike the alternatives, such as a pension annuity, systematic withdrawal gives you the flexibility to stop payments at any time, adjust the amount you receive, or choose a different way to access your money. And by withdrawing the same amount on a regular schedule, you limit the risk of taking a large lump sum at a time when your account value has dropped because of a market decline.The chief drawback of this withdrawal method is that there's no guarantee of lifetime income, so it's possible to deplete your account more quickly than the rate at which it's growing. That could mean running out of money.After you reach 70 1/2, you can use systematic withdrawals as a way to ensure you take out the minimum required distribution (MRD) from qualified retirement accounts and IRAs to avoid the risk of incurring IRS penalties.

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