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Financial terms in "Mutual Funds"

1. oil stabilization fund

2. mutual fund symbol

3. modified Sharpe ratio

4. feeder fund

5. trailing return

6. gilt unit trust

7. biotechnology industry ETF

8. master-feeder fund

9. hedge-like mutual fund

10. financial analyst

11. Offer

12. value

13. offering circular

14. REIT ETF

15. Strategic Investment Fund

16. Korea Investment Corporation (KIC)

17. bid/ask spread

18. load-adjusted return

19. Financial instrument

20. inventory turns

21. exchange equalization account

22. SICAV

23. cumulative discount privilege

24. closed-end investment company

25. publicly-traded fund

26. global macro strategy

27. Abu Dhabi Investment Council (ADIC)

28. segregated fund

29. denomination

30. closet indexing

31. Level 1 asset

32. New Zealand Superannuation Fund

33. state guaranty fund

34. stable

35. not rated

36. focused fund

37. fund supermarket

38. J-curve

39. momentum fund

40. China-Africa Development Fund (CAD Fund)

41. incubated fund

42. Over-the-Counter

43. stock fund

44. dual-purpose fund

45. ultra ETF

46. Sterling ratio

47. mutual fund

48. option income fund

49. SEC filing

50. breaking the buck

51. Socially responsible fund

52. non-diversified management company

53. Equity fund

54. primary instrument

55. Level load

56. core holding

57. multiple arbitrage

58. unit linked

59. distributable net income (DNI)

60. calmar ratio

61. yardstick

62. Listing

63. uncertificated shares

64. exempt security

65. marketable security

66. institutional shares

67. dedicated short bias

68. collective investment scheme

69. Asking Price

70. bear funds

71. oil services industry ETF

72. Delta One

73. best bid

74. Capital gains distribution

75. Money Market Investor Funding Facility

76. distribution reinvestment

77. anti-reciprocal rule

78. Government Pension Fund

79. total bond fund

80. foul weather fund

81. fixed income fund

82. auto industry ETF

83. fund overlap

84. performance-based compensation

85. tax-free bond fund

86. distribution date

87. long term capital management (LTCM)

88. commingled fund

89. vice fund

90. basket

91. flexible mutual fund

92. intelligent ETF

93. John Bogle

94. investment management company

95. CUSIP

96. equity style box

97. open-ended investment company

98. Institutional fund

99. private investment fund

100. reclassification

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Health Insurance

Categories: Insurance,

Health insurance covers some or all of the cost of treating an insured person's illnesses or injuries. In some cases, it pays for preventive care, such as annual physicals and diagnostic tests. You may have health insurance as an employee benefit from your job or, if you qualify, through the federal government's Medicare or Medicaid programs. You may also buy individual health insurance directly from an insurance company or be eligible through a plan offered by a group to which you belong. As you do with other insurance contracts, you pay premiums to purchase coverage and the insurer pays some or all of your healthcare costs, based on the terms of your contract. Some health insurance requires that you meet an annual deductible before the insurer begins to pay. There may also be co-insurance, which is your share, on a percentage basis, of each bill, or a copayment, which is a fixed dollar amount, for each visit.Health insurance varies significantly from plan to plan and contract to contract. Generally, most plans cover hospitalization, doctors' visits, and other skilled care. Some plans also cover some combination of prescription drugs, rehabilitation, dental care, and innovative therapies or complementary forms of treatment for serious illnesses.

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8. Management Liability Insurance
9. Hand
10. Custodial Account

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