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Financial terms starting with "P"

1. Port Of Loading

2. petitions (patent matters)

3. Price-volume relationship

4. Philology

5. piggyback breaker

6. post-formed countertop


8. Projection

9. plaster ground

10. perimeter drain

11. per cause deductible

12. Portfolio insurance

13. pass through certificate

14. Pick-and-pass

15. positive cash flow

16. Product cycle theory

17. portfolio

18. Preferred dividend coverage

19. plank on edge

20. Pretax Return on Revenue

21. Pricing Notch Point (PNP)

22. Personal Lines

23. put on a call

24. Primogeniture

25. PHP

26. phishing

27. PRT

28. Post-enumeration Survey (PES) Of A Census

29. Population Variance

30. Political Question

31. Pixelation

32. Pit Brokers

33. parabolic aluminized reflector

34. Private In-patient Care Beds

35. Protected Strategy

36. pavement sealer

37. Pbot

38. panic

39. Paired Comparisons Test

40. Price discovery process

41. Policyholder loan bonds

42. Positive Law

43. passings

44. product liability insurance

45. phantom line

46. participation mortgage

47. Prepayment Penalty

48. phase I

49. Particulates

50. PBOC

51. Permanent Resident

52. Portfolio expected return

53. Personal Injury

54. proximate switch

55. pure competition

56. Pip (picture In Picture)

57. punt

58. Pro Tem 

59. Production Loan

60. Promotional Material

61. pipe bracket

62. Passenger Road Motor Vehicle

63. Prequalification

64. pour point

65. Parent Corporation SNA

66. Partition In Kind

67. Premium Earned

68. project web site

69. pendent sprinkler

70. Pro Bono

71. Proprietary Rights

72. Patent Deed

73. personal injury (PI)

74. plymetal

75. Port Of Entry

76. Population At Risk

77. Portfolio management

78. Pension plan

79. parent application

80. PISA Index Of Interest In Computers

81. Practice

82. plywood grade

83. Program trades

84. Principal Only

85. Price-specie flow mechanism

86. pitch pine

87. Potential Default

88. putting in expenses

89. participating policy

90. Project financing

91. Purchasing Managers Index

92. Product List

93. profiting

94. p trap

95. privilege

96. pot-life

97. Productivity Change

98. Part-time Employees, Number Of (Eurostat)

99. Perinatal Mortality

100. Portfolio Performance Attribution

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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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