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Financial terms in "Retirement and Pension"

1. certain annuity

2. fixed annuitization method

3. Leveraged Employee Stock Ownership Plan (LESOP)

4. retirement plan

5. credit for qualified retirement savings contribution

6. eligible automatic contribution arrangement (EACA)

7. individual policy pension trust

8. Noncontributory pension plan

9. commutation right

10. Vanguard

11. SARSEP

12. liquid net worth

13. Roth option

14. Required beginning date (RBD)

15. net unrealized appreciation

16. nonelective contribution

17. Conversion

18. prosperity

19. group IRA

20. SEP-IRA

21. stable value fund

22. Collectible

23. beneficiary

24. annuity factor method

25. accelerated vesting

26. salary reduction

27. Hulbert Financial Digest

28. Superannuation

29. universal savings account

30. enrolled actuary

31. qualified automatic contribution arrangement (QACA)

32. single-employer plan

33. Registered Retirement Savings Plan

34. money purchase pension plan

35. accrued benefit

36. agency automatic contributions

37. Active Participant

38. direct transfer

39. ERISA

40. Social Security

41. service credit

42. after-tax contributions

43. immediate annuity

44. excess deferral

45. Certified Senior Consultant (CSC)

46. Retirement Equity Act of 1984

47. cliff vesting

48. annuitization method

49. voluntary contribution

50. Lifelong Learning Plan

51. OASDI

52. tax-deferred

53. portable pension

54. Inherited IRA

55. bank trust custodial account

56. fully vested

57. self-directed retirement account

58. National Social Security Fund

59. joint life annuity

60. full surrender

61. Plan sponsor

62. Automatic enrollment

63. extended IRA

64. Supplemental Security Income

65. deferred payment annuity

66. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

67. approved deposit fund

68. Accumulation unit

69. Independent 401(k)

70. life expectancy

71. Social Security Tax

72. average indexed monthly earnings (AIME)

73. amortization method

74. Buyout

75. Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974

76. Nest Egg

77. Load

78. forward averaging

79. Prudent Expert Act

80. Annuity

81. annuitant

82. RRSP

83. income replacement ratio

84. plan asset

85. Integrated pension plan

86. minimum distribution

87. Government-Sponsored Retirement Arrangement (GSRA)

88. golden boot

89. spousal rollover

90. Variable Annuitization

91. incidental benefit

92. blackout period

93. actual deferral percentage (ADP)

94. Nonqualified annuity

95. accumulated postretirement benefit obligation (APBO)

96. exclusion ratio

97. Individual Retirement Account

98. pension reversion

99. matured RRSP

100. term certain method

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Naked Option

Categories: Options, Investing and Trading, Stocks, Legal, ,

When you write, or sell, a call option but don't own the underlying instrument, such as a stock in the case of an equity option, the option is described as naked. Similarly, you write a naked put if you don't have enough cash on hand or in liquid investments to purchase the underlying instrument. Because you collect a premium when you sell the option, you may make a profit if the underlying instrument performs as you expect, and the option isn't exercised. The risk you run, however, is that the option holder will exercise the option. In the case of a call, you'll then have to buy the instrument at the market price in order to meet your obligation to sell. Or, if it's a put, you'll have to come up with the cash to purchase the instrument. If that price of the underlying has moved in the opposite direction from the one you expected, meeting your obligation could result in a substantial net loss. Because of this risk, your brokerage firm may limit your right to write naked options or require that you write them in a margin account.

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