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Financial terms starting with "Q"

1. Quattuoroctogintillion

2. qualified acceptance

3. Quitclaim Deed

4. Quantity On Order

5. quirk

6. qualified person with a disability

7. quarterly revenue growth

8. qubitrage

9. Quintrigintillion

10. Quicktime

11. Qualified personal residence trust

12. Quote-driven Markets

13. quarrel

14. quit enjoyment

15. Quality Indicator Profile (QIP)

16. Qualification requirements

17. Qualified domestic trust (QDOT)

18. quick turn

19. quiet switch

20. Qualifying Relative

21. Quantity-Adjusting Option - Quanto Option

22. Question

23. Quantity Reversal Test

24. Q1 (2,3,4)

25. Q Ratio (Tobin's Q Ratio)

26. Qualitative Dependent Variables

27. qualifying distribution

28. Query Edit

29. quasi-loan

30. Quarterly financing

31. Qualified Individual With A Disability

32. Qualifier Term

33. quartile

34. quoin

35. Quote Currency

36. qualification ratio

37. quadruple witching hour

38. Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor - QDII

39. Quote Driven Market

40. qualified accounts

41. Quartershare

42. QQQ

43. quarter round

44. Qualified Terminable Interest Property Trust (Q-TIP)

45. quasi-equity

46. quid pro quo sexual harassment

47. Qualified Domestic Relations Order - QDRO

48. Quality Circle

49. Quality option

50. Quadrillion

51. Quick ratio

52. Quasi-Reorganization

53. Quattuortrigintillion

54. quid pro quo

55. quarry

56. Quarter (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4)

57. Quantitative Easing 2 – QE2

58. quarter closer

59. Qualifying Ratios

60. quadrangle

61. Quotation (Quote)

62. Quit

63. qualified dividend

64. quota share reinsurance

65. qualified plan

66. quartersawn grain

67. quote

68. quick setting asphalt cement

69. Quasi-identifier

70. Quasi-rents

71. quantum meruit

72. Qualitative Competition

73. Quiet Enjoyment

74. Qualified Professional Asset Manager - QPAM

75. Quantity Ratio

76. Quantiles

77. Quarter Day

78. Quality Of Life

79. Quarter To Date - QTD

80. Quarterly Income Debt Securities - QUIDS

81. Qualified Terminable Interest Property (QTIP) Trust

82. qualified joint and survivor annuity

83. quick

84. Quorum

85. quick response sprinkler

86. Quality Control - National

87. Queue Time

88. Qualified Acquisition Cost

89. Quality Control - UN

90. Qtd

91. QAT

92. Quota

93. Qualified Widow Or Widower

94. Quantile

95. Quantos

96. queen truss

97. Qualified Eligible Participant - QEP

98. Quality Eurostat

99. quote size

100. Qe

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Fund Of Funds (FOF)

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A fund of funds is a pooled investment, such as a mutual fund or a hedge fund, whose underlying investments are other funds rather than individual securities. Despite some major differences, what all funds of funds have in common is an emphasis on diversification for its potential to reduce risk without significantly reducing return. They're also designed to simplify the investment process by offering one-stop shopping.Many mutual fund FOFs are asset allocation funds and typically include both stock and bond funds in a particular combination that the FOF manager has chosen to meet a specific objective. A mutual fund FOF may select all of its funds from a single fund family or it may choose funds offered by different investment companies.A hedge fund FOF, which owns stakes in other hedge funds, allows investors to commit substantially less money to gain exposure to this investment category than it would cost to invest in even one fund.A major drawback with all funds of funds is that the fees tend to be higher than you would pay owning the underlying funds directly.

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