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Financial terms in "Mutual Funds"

1. quote

2. natural gas ETF

3. biotechnology industry ETF

4. objective

5. private equity fund

6. Euroequity issues

7. contractual plan

8. Back-End Load

9. Custodian

10. run on the fund

11. dressing up a portfolio

12. Redemption

13. commingled fund

14. investment fund

15. fund supermarket

16. managed currency fund

17. Asking Price

18. capped fund

19. Law Of One Price

20. private investment fund

21. account fee

22. fund balance

23. Market Basket

24. tax-free bond fund

25. textile industry ETF

26. risk

27. level-load fund

28. master-feeder fund

29. distribution plan

30. manager of managers

31. long term capital management (LTCM)

32. Unified Managed Account (UMA)

33. average price per share

34. target retirement fund

35. defined portfolio

36. Discount

37. bias ratio

38. Acquired Fund Fees And Expenses (AFFE)

39. SAMA Foreign Holdings

40. closet indexing

41. best ask

42. Transfer Agent

43. foul weather fund

44. stable value fund

45. annual turnover

46. pooled fund

47. rabbi trust

48. Qatar Investment Authority (QIA)

49. SICAV

50. Yen ETF

51. Intrinsic Value

52. Load fund

53. commodity ETF

54. closed fund

55. Front-End Load

56. energy ETF

57. clone

58. real estate fund

59. circular

60. MEXID

61. International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC)

62. no-fee ETF

63. breaking the buck

64. portfolio depositary receipt

65. par

66. Committee on Uniform Securities Identification Procedures

67. STOXX Limited

68. index ETF

69. BRIC ETF

70. private placement

71. two and twenty

72. sector ETF

73. specialized fund

74. instant history bias

75. core holding

76. letter of intent

77. John Bogle

78. redemption suspension

79. Green fund

80. creation unit

81. Level 2 asset

82. Government Pension Fund

83. mutual fund

84. long

85. global assets under management

86. budgetary accountability

87. State Oil Fund

88. India ETF

89. NYSE

90. Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA)

91. food industry ETF

92. No-Load Fund

93. insurance industry ETF

94. distributable net income (DNI)

95. ETF sponsor

96. uncertainty

97. socially conscious investing

98. stewardship grade

99. micro cap fund

100. non-resident alien tax

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Quarter

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The financial world splits up its calendar into four quarters, each three months long. If January to March is the first quarter, April to June is the second quarter, and so on, though a company's first quarter does not have to begin in January.The securities and exchange commission (SEC) requires all publicly held US companies to publish a quarterly report, officially known as Form 10-Q, describing their financial results for the quarter. These reports and the predictions that market analysts make about them often have an impact on a company's stock price.For example, if analysts predict that a certain company will have earnings of 55 cents a share in a quarter, and the results beat those expectations, the price of the company's stock may increase. But if the earnings are less than expected, even by a penny or two, the stock price may drop, at least for a time.However, this pattern doesn't always hold true, and other forces may influence (investor) sentiment about the stock.

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