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1. gate

2. Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 (GLBA)

3. graduate training scheme

4. galloping inflation

5. going in capitalization rate

6. gag rule

7. guaranteed investment fund (GIF)

8. GST exemption

9. government stimulus

10. Generation X

11. Guaranteed Signature

12. Gas Works Gas

13. green investing

14. Guaranteed Investment Contract

15. grounding plug adaptor

16. Governing Law

17. GTM

18. guaranteed payment loan

19. Gaylord

20. gypsum concrete

21. gentlemen's agreement

22. Graduated call writing

23. GDP

24. Geometric Period Average

25. Guaranteed Death Benefit

26. gild

27. Group of Eight (G-8)

28. Golden Rule Argument

29. Government Gross Debt

30. grantor retained annuity trust (GRAT)

31. gearwheel

32. Gross Adjusted Disposable Income

33. Geometric mean return

34. Gambling Income

35. Green Ban

36. guard

37. Gazump

38. Geographical Information System (GIS)

39. groundwater

40. Goods Sea Transport Link

41. gate provision

42. General Cargo Ship

43. governor

44. glue gun

45. Glossary

46. Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)

47. glare reducing glass

48. Guernsey Pound

49. Gross loss

50. generalized autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity (GARCH)

51. G-2

52. Genetic Resources

53. General Liability Insurance

54. gateway

55. General And Administrative Expense - G&A

56. Gas / Diesel Oil

57. general fund

58. Goods Inland Waterways Transport (IWT) Link

59. greenboard

60. Generation-skipping transfer or trust

61. Government Pension Fund

62. good student discount

63. graveyard

64. gross sales

65. Golden Formula

66. glazing compound

67. Gender Bias

68. government check

69. Gma Pallet

70. Guaranteed Annuity

71. GBR

72. gap ratio

73. gap insurance

74. GFS

75. Guaranteed Equity Bond

76. Gross Tonnage (GT)

77. Geologic Hazard

78. Gaussian

79. goggles

80. general meeting

81. Growth In Total Factor Productivity

82. GEL

83. General Average Contribution

84. General Power Of Attorney

85. glass drill bit

86. GDP Price Deflator

87. general counsel

88. Gabon Franc

89. Greenspan put

90. green day

91. go into

92. greenmail exclusion

93. ground cover

94. grab bar

95. GHA

96. generic term

97. Good Faith Estimate

98. guaranteed sale program

99. Greenhouse Gas Indicator For Agriculture

100. Governmental Immunity

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Passively Managed

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An index mutual fund or exchange traded fund is described as passively managed because the securities in its portfolio change only when the make-up of the index it tracks is changed. For example, a mutual fund that tracks the Standard & Poor's 500 Index buys and sells only when the S&P index committee announces which companies have been added to and dropped from the index.In contrast, when mutual funds are actively managed, their managers select investments with an eye to enabling the fund to achieve its investment objective and outperform its benchmark index. Their portfolios tend to change more frequently as a result. They also tend to have higher fees.The performance of passively managed indexed investments and their risk profiles tend to correspond closely to the asset class or subclass that the index tracks. They tend to be more popular in bull markets when their returns reflect the market strength and less popular in bear markets when active managers may provide stronger returns.

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