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Financial terms in "Stocks"

1. free-float methodology

2. aspirin count theory

3. American depositary receipt (ADR) ratio

4. speculative capital

5. Bought deal

6. hurdle rate

7. held to maturity

8. gross yield

9. Voting Shares

10. maturity yield

11. ticker tape parade

12. technical correction

13. Primary earnings per (common) share

14. bid size

15. earnings report

16. interest-on-interest component

17. Reverse stock split

18. DVP

19. Municipal bond fund

20. disparity index

21. stock tip

22. equity investment

23. Exercise value

24. gamma neutral

25. sin stock

26. performance share

27. contra market

28. capital appreciation fund

29. Offer Document

30. runaway gap

31. sponsor

32. direct share ownership

33. All-Ordinaries stock index

34. filled

35. supermajority

36. par

37. Eva Longoria stock index

38. book building

39. gilt unit trust

40. indicated yield

41. bond issue

42. strippable bond

43. preferred equity

44. paper gain

45. invested capital

46. street expectation

47. variable price limit

48. sentiment

49. quadruple witching hour

50. classified stock

51. coupon security

52. ask size

53. DVR

54. IDR

55. Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX)

56. odd lotter

57. shareholder activist

58. debt-convertible bond

59. Form 8-K

60. DIAMONDs

61. bull steepener

62. market swoon

63. contingent voting power

64. The Street

65. asset coverage

66. absolute return index

67. bonus share

68. capital gains exposure (CGE)

69. active tranche

70. Risk-averse

71. digested security

72. Private Investment in Public Equity

73. key reversal day

74. flurry

75. conversion cost

76. pinning the strike

77. stakeholder analysis

78. market technician

79. paper millionaire

80. exercise notice

81. Frankfort Stock Exchange (FRA)

82. Total return

83. Straddle

84. capital turnover

85. convertible preferred stock

86. nominee

87. fill

88. percent held by institutions

89. Underwriting Commission

90. buck the trend

91. stock ledger

92. indirect holding system

93. partial fill

94. Earnings momentum

95. bond

96. continuous trading

97. American Depositary Receipt

98. Long Position

99. convertible exchangeable preferred stock

100. Broker-dealer

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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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