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1. investment analysis

2. diversification

3. swing trade

4. Behavioral finance

5. cherry picking

6. expected return

7. allocation

8. specialization

9. debt management

10. shortfall risk

11. top-down

12. buy the dips

13. cash and carry trade

14. naked shorting

15. buy and hold

16. regret theory

17. information coefficient

18. Dow dividend theory

19. Cartel

20. gamble

21. quantitative trading

22. long-term

23. divestment

24. currency binary

25. contingent immunization

26. short cover

27. 100% equities strategy

28. CAN SLIM

29. applied research

30. Monthly Investment Plan (MIP)

31. automatic investment plan

32. reverse swap

33. coattail investing

34. law of large numbers

35. earnings multiple

36. one cancels other order

37. Exposure

38. end of day order

39. carte blanche

40. Benjamin Method

41. cash management

42. Opportunity Cost

43. pyramid

44. legging-in

45. chasing the market

46. Cushion Theory

47. WACC

48. bill-and-hold basis

49. Chartered Investment Council

50. hard stop

51. qubitrage

52. required rate of return

53. CIC

54. tactics

55. short sell

56. Value stock

57. basis trading

58. call ratio backspread

59. sidecar investment

60. Calculated Risk

61. Chartered Financial Analyst

62. basket

63. countertrend trading

64. value line investment survey

65. market-neutral investing

66. Formula investing

67. earnings multiplier

68. capital allocation line (CAL)

69. collective rationalization

70. Hedger

71. Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS)

72. buy and homework

73. Win-Win

74. perfect hedge

75. boomernomics

76. bull put spread

77. covered arbitrage

78. analyze

79. historical data

80. investment planning

81. investment boutique small

82. Harvard MBA Indicator

83. Modern portfolio theory

84. Fundamental analysis

85. optimization

86. retracement levels

87. short purchase

88. closet indexing

89. peak-to-valley drawdown

90. growth strategy

91. macro-hedge

92. forward-looking statements

93. defensive open market operations

94. Market timing

95. Unsystematic Risk

96. Short sale

97. wealth management

98. tomorrow next trade

99. combination

100. Primary Data

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For the purpose of obtaining federal registration, "commerce" means all commerce that the U.S. Congress may lawfully regulate; for example, interstate commerce or commerce between the U.S. and another country. "Use in commerce" must be a bona fide use of the mark in the ordinary course of trade, and not use simply made to reserve rights in the mark. Generally, acceptable use is as follows: For goods: the mark must appear on the goods, the container for the goods, or displays associated with the goods, and the goods must be sold or transported in commerce. For services: the mark must be used or displayed in the sale or advertising of the services, and the services must be rendered in commerce. If you have already started using the mark in commerce, you may file based on that use. A "use" based application must include a sworn statement(usually in the form of a declaration) that the mark is in use in commerce, listing the date of first use of the mark anywhere and the date of first use of the mark in commerce. A properly worded declaration is included in the USPTO standard application form. The applicant or a person authorized to sign on behalf of the applicant must sign the statement. The application should include a specimen showing use of the mark in commerce.

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