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1. Additions To Stock Levels

2. Accelerated Amortization

3. Appreciate

4. accumulation period

5. ALA

6. annualize

7. annual gross income

8. ATF

9. AAA+ Bank

10. Advance

11. Advanced Research Qualifications (ISCED 6)

12. Aggregate Basis

13. Administrative Hearing

14. Advance tax ruling

15. ABA #

16. Adjustable-rate preferred stock (ARPS)

17. Accrued discount

18. Average (across-day) measures

19. approved deposit fund

20. account trading

21. Avant Garde

22. Arrest

23. Actively managed fund

24. affordability analysis

25. Adc

26. Active-lives

27. ACH

28. Accrued Rights

29. at or better

30. authorized stock

31. agent's commission

32. auto coverage symbols

33. accounting principles

34. Agreement

35. Annuitize

36. Agricultural Land And Surface Water (SEEA)

37. apartments and multifamily housing

38. Analysis Of Variance (ANOVA)

39. Ankle biter

40. ABSS

41. automatic investment plan

42. accounts receivable conversion (ARC)

43. Away

44. Accredited Adviser in Insurance (AAI)

45. Annuity Issuer

46. agency matching contributions

47. antiquated

48. Asian dollar

49. After-hours dealing or trading

50. Accreting Swap)

51. Agreement of Sale

52. Annual effective yield

53. Accelerated Option

54. accrual basis accounting

55. Adjunct

56. antique

57. appeal (trademark) 

58. accounting standards

59. annually

60. asset allocation

61. Agency bond

62. Actual/360

63. Annuity Administrative Charges

64. aluminum

65. Adam Smith

66. ANBERD

67. active retention

68. advertising sales ratio

69. above grade wall

70. Accounting Conventions

71. Auto Insurance Premium

72. Attrition

73. Arbitrage-free option-pricing models

74. Accretion (finance)

75. Absentee Landlord

76. assessment of deficiency

77. Affiliated corporation

78. Aggravated Assault

79. air duct

80. average weighted maturity

81. Action Safe Area

82. Automated Guided Vehicle System (agvs))

83. Allen Charge

84. Abend

85. assumption endorsement

86. Affärsvärlden General Index

87. abandonment

88. attachment point

89. asbestos program manager

90. agency agreement

91. attic ventilator

92. Aggregates Of Basic Headings

93. AAU

94. Annual rate of return

95. Alternative Costs

96. Associate in Automation Management (AAM)

97. add-on interest

98. Amended Pleading

99. asset impairment

100. Available cash flow

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Unit Investment Trust (UIT)

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A UIT may be a fixed portfolio of bonds with specific maturity dates, a portfolio of income-producing stocks, or a portfolio of all of the securities included in a particular index. Examples of the latter include the DIAMONDs Trust (DIA), which mirrors the composition of the dow jones industrial average (DJIA), and Standard & Poor's depositary receipts (SPDR), which mirrors the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index (s&p 500). Index UITs are also described as exchange traded funds (ETFs).UITs resemble mutual funds in the sense that they offer the opportunity to diversify your portfolio without having to purchase a number of separate securities. You buy units, rather than shares, of the trust, usually through a broker. However, UITs trade more like stocks than mutual funds in the sense that you sell in the secondary market rather than redeeming your holding by selling your units back to the issuing fund. Further, the price of a UIT fluctuates constantly throughout the trading day, just as the price of an individual stock does, rather than being repriced only once a day, after the close of trading. As a result some UITs, though not index-based UITs such as DIAMONDS or SPDRs, trade at prices higher or lower than their net asset value (NAV). One additional difference is that many UITs have maturity dates, when the trust expires, while mutual funds do not. A fund may be closed for other reasons, but not because of a predetermined expiration date.

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