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1. collective rationalization

2. buy and homework

3. diversification

4. earnings multiplier

5. investment planning

6. risk seeking

7. 130-30 strategy

8. basket

9. Efficient market theory

10. peak-to-valley drawdown

11. Sell short

12. Random walk theory

13. basis trading

14. program

15. weighted average cost of capital

16. double up

17. Extrapolation

18. divestment

19. Value stock

20. retracement levels

21. specialization

22. corporate structure

23. Buffett, Warren

24. security analysis

25. automatic investment plan

26. Chartered Investment Council

27. Du Pont analysis

28. comps

29. earnings multiple

30. defensive open market operations

31. Monthly Investment Plan (MIP)

32. Behavioral finance

33. tomorrow next trade

34. Cartel

35. perfect hedge

36. Dogs of the Dow

37. short sell

38. correlation trading

39. Primary Data

40. buy break

41. Hedger

42. accumulation plan

43. short purchase

44. hurdle rate

45. statistical arbitrage

46. Thomson Financial

47. countertrend trading

48. Calculated Risk

49. option strategy

50. Convertible hedge

51. Exposure

52. WACC

53. charting

54. multiple arbitrage

55. bottom-up

56. cherry picking

57. defensive investment strategy

58. dividend rollover plan

59. planning

60. closet indexing

61. short sell against the box

62. investment boutique small

63. compound arbitrage

64. CIC

65. Research

66. expected return

67. multiple discriminant analysis

68. Pump And Dump

69. bull put spread

70. arbitrage house

71. tactics

72. Contrarian

73. Zacks Estimate System

74. end of day order

75. trade price response

76. neutral hedge

77. preservation of capital

78. Growth

79. bifurcation

80. legging-in

81. defensive stock

82. bill-and-hold basis

83. balanced investment strategy

84. risk/return trade-off

85. loss aversion

86. dynamic hedging strategy

87. variable ratio plan

88. reverse swap

89. qubitrage

90. Win-Win

91. buy and hold

92. risk discount

93. stakeholder analysis

94. reverse cash-and-carry-arbitrage

95. forward-looking statements

96. bull call spread

97. style investing

98. martingale system

99. short call option

100. applied research

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Tax Exempt

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Some investments are tax exempt, which means you don't have to pay income tax on the earnings they produce.For example, the interest you receive on a municipal bond is generally exempt from federal income tax, and also exempt from state and local income tax if you live in the state where the bond was issued. However, if you sell the bond before maturity, any capital gain is taxable.Similarly, dividends on bond mutual funds that invest in municipal bonds are exempt from federal income tax. And for residents of the issuing state for single-state funds, the dividends are also exempt from state and local taxes. capital gains on these funds are never tax exempt.Earnings in a roth ira are tax exempt when you withdraw them, provided your account has been open for five years or more and you're at least 59 1/2 years old. And earnings in 529 college savings plans and coverdell education savings accounts (ESAs) are also tax exempt if the money is used to pay qualified education expenses.When an organization such as a religious, educational, or charitable institution, or other not-for-profit group, is tax-exempt, it does not owe tax of any kind to federal, state, and local governments. In addition, you can take an income tax deduction for gifts you make to such organizations.

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