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Financial terms in "Mutual Funds"

1. ETF wrap

2. fixed maturity plan

3. dedicated short bias

4. common contractual fund (CCF)

5. Registrar

6. Security

7. subadvisor

8. performance-based compensation

9. distribution reinvestment

10. Socially responsible fund

11. mutual fund symbol

12. fund switching

13. Rating service

14. Libyan Investment Authority (LIA)

15. institutional shares

16. trust-issued receipts

17. benchmark for correlation values

18. fund category

19. real estate fund

20. Emirates Investment Authority (EIA)

21. primary instrument

22. Closed-end fund

23. BRIC ETF

24. Premium

25. capital guarantee fund

26. silver ETF

27. no-load

28. oil stabilization fund

29. go-go fund

30. uncertificated shares

31. protected fund

32. distribution plan

33. private placement

34. contingent deferred sales charge

35. composition

36. distributable net income (DNI)

37. 12b-1 plan

38. income-mixed fund

39. capture ratio

40. performance fee

41. Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor (CMFC)

42. World fund

43. anti-reciprocal rule

44. risk

45. digested security

46. short-term investment fund

47. inverse ETF

48. bid/ask spread

49. Qatar Investment Authority (QIA)

50. event driven

51. pooled fund

52. Manager

53. SAFE Investment Company

54. Market Basket

55. long / short fund

56. foul weather fund

57. Unified Managed Account (UMA)

58. Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS)

59. fixed income fund

60. sensitivity

61. actively managed ETF

62. leveraged ETF

63. Money Market Investor Funding Facility

64. Systematic withdrawal

65. quote

66. Acquired Fund Fees And Expenses (AFFE)

67. total stock fund

68. State Oil Fund

69. euro ETF

70. letter of intent

71. semiconductor industry ETF

72. exchange equalization account

73. state guaranty fund

74. investment trust

75. United States Natural Gas Fund

76. regular-way delivery

77. country basket

78. investment policy

79. private equity fund

80. Level 1 asset

81. publicly-traded fund

82. Unlisted

83. investment security

84. managed fund

85. textile industry ETF

86. two and twenty

87. contractual plan

88. securities analyst

89. collective investment scheme

90. inventory turns

91. Securities and Exchange Commission

92. modified Sharpe ratio

93. vice fund

94. drawn securities

95. stewardship grade

96. muni fund

97. open-end management company

98. federal covered advisor

99. ultra ETF

100. paper industry ETF

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Highest And Best Use

Categories: Real Estate,

Key appraisal and zoning principle employed in valuing any parcel of land or property. Since the value of a property and its use are closely linked, its highest and best use is that which results in the highest present value, and brings in the greatest net return over a given period or the foreseeable future - within the applicable constraints. The value of, and return on, a property are related to its surrounding environment so its use has to be consistent with the neighboring land use. Because a property's value is influenced by the local competitive and political forces, the timing of the property development is another critical factor. And, especially in metropolitan areas, where a property can be put to several different uses, its combination of uses is very important. A highest and best use appraisal must take these four factors into consideration: (1) legal permissibility, (2) physical possibility, (3) financial feasibility, and (4) maximum productive use. However, even the most detailed appraisal is simply a considered opinion of an appraiser, not the final word.

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