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1. Joint Resolution Of Congress

2. jetty

3. January Effect

4. Jevons Price Index

5. Joint Profit Maximisation

6. journalizing

7. junior lien

8. jam nut

9. James J. Heckman

10. job creation scheme

11. Jury Of One's Peers

12. Japanese Government Bond

13. Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003

14. JE

15. Johnston Island Dollar

16. Job Market

17. Jit

18. JP

19. Just me asking

20. jigsaw

21. Jingle Mail

22. jointer

23. joist tie-in

24. Joint Supply

25. James A. Mirrlees

26. James D. Slater

27. Just-in-sequence

28. Joint and survivor annuity

29. joint compound

30. joint tenancy with right of survivorship

31. Japanese Yen

32. jobbing

33. Joint Tortfeasors

34. Jesse H. Jones Graduate School Of Business - Rice University

35. Justified Price Multiple

36. JEY

37. jump

38. joint depression

39. joint underwriting association (JUA)

40. joint trench

41. jobless

42. Jaywalking

43. Jointly and severally

44. joint venture

45. joint note

46. jump Z-tranche

47. joint liability

48. JOR

49. jack arch

50. Joint Enterprise

51. Jobs SNA

52. joint account agreement

53. Jackpot Line

54. Joint tenants with right of survivorship

55. John Paul Stevens

56. John R. Hicks

57. J factor

58. Joint Defendant

59. journal voucher

60. John F. Nash Jr.

61. Jackson Hole Economic Symposium

62. Jacob Schiff

63. junior refunding

64. joint return test

65. joint discoloration

66. Jobs ESA

67. joint and survivorship annuity

68. joint administration

69. Judgment Notwithstanding The Verdict (Jnov)

70. James E. Meade

71. joint photographing

72. jobless claims

73. Job Tenure

74. jib

75. joint mortgage

76. joist hanger

77. JPN

78. Jackpot

79. Join (in Relational Database Management Systems)

80. Joint Custody

81. JSE Limited

82. joint and several liability

83. Job Loss

84. Just-in-time Method

85. Jobs And Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 - JGTRRA

86. Joint Adventure

87. Judge Advocate

88. Jury Box

89. Job Lot

90. J hook

91. Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT)

92. Joint OECD-Eurostat Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) Programme

93. Joint account

94. Jeep

95. joint annuity

96. Job-related Continuing Education And Training

97. Judgment

98. jamb

99. jetting

100. Juvenile Delinquent

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Stable Value Fund

Categories: Mutual Funds, Retirement and Pension,

1. An investment option typically offered in retirement plans by employers or IRAs that are composed of guaranteed investment contracts, fixed-income funds, or capital-preservation funds. This is a popular investment vehicle for individuals nearing retirement because of stable interest and principle payments on these contracts. The returns from a stable value fund are secure, but can be small compared to other investments. A stable value fund should not be the only investment vehicle in the portfolio of an individual who has a long time until retirement. 2. A type of mutual fund that is regulated by the Department of Labor instead of the securities and exchange commission, which typically oversees mutual funds. Stable value funds are similar to bond funds, but they have insurance against principal losses. Money invested in stable value fund is combined with other cash infusion and used to purchase secure contracts from banks or insurance companies. These contracts include a guaranteed regular rate of return over the course of the contract.

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