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1. total bond fund

2. Travel Cost Method

3. Trading Facility

4. True Index

5. three-wire system

6. trailing stop loss

7. tighten

8. Time Lag

9. time order

10. Tick indicator

11. Terrestrial

12. township lines

13. Tolerance Limits

14. Title Search or Examination

15. Total Invested Capital

16. Taxable acquisition

17. Tax Reform Act (TRA) of 1984

18. Tax-sheltered annuity

19. throughput

20. Trust Res

21. T+3

22. treated lumber

23. tradable risk

24. Target Characteristics

25. Trust Receipt Arrangement

26. Total Rate Of Return

27. tap stock

28. Tax Court

29. trust agreement

30. tie

31. treaty

32. template

33. topple rate

34. tailpiece

35. trading loss coverage

36. trellis

37. Tax Registration Certificate

38. Transfer price

39. true and fair view

40. tack coat

41. time price differential

42. trade deficit

43. tax accounting

44. TV


46. trading on equity

47. teaser loan

48. transfer of risk

49. touch up

50. Tout

51. Tax And Price Index - TPI

52. third party

53. Tourism-specific Products (related To Visitor Consumption)

54. TZ

55. trade fixture

56. Takedown

57. tie wire

58. type F reorganization

59. Third World

60. T/N Roll

61. Tax Allowances

62. terrorism endorsement

63. Tax Reduction Strategy

64. Tramway

65. trade in

66. target risk

67. type C reorganization

68. territory bond

69. Taxes On Production And Imports

70. time inconsistency

71. Translation Risk

72. TIPS

73. Terminal Price Multiple

74. tacky

75. Trades by appointment

76. Texas V. Johnson (1989)

77. thrust block

78. Tonne-kilometre By Road

79. tax participation clause

80. transformer

81. Test Statistic

82. Total Material Output (TMO)

83. Transferable Option (or Contract)

84. Theory Z

85. Tokelau Dollar

86. Ticket

87. Terms Of Reference Rescheduling

88. tax arbitrage

89. tail value at risk (Tail VaR) or tail conditional expectation (TCE)

90. tax multiplier

91. treble damages

92. third-party beneficiary principle

93. township

94. Toraku Index

95. Tax schedules

96. TPRV

97. toilet room

98. tax year

99. Transaction Cost

100. trade bloc

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Definition / Meaning of

Family Of Funds

Categories: Mutual Funds, Investing and Trading, Stocks,

Many large mutual fund companies offer a variety of stock, bond, and money market funds with different investment strategies and objectives. Together, these funds make up a family of funds.If you own one fund in a family, you can usually transfer assets to another fund in the same family without sales charges. The transaction is known as an exchange. But unless the funds are in a tax-deferred or tax-free retirement or education savings plan, you'll owe capital gains taxes on increases in value of the fund you're selling.Investing in a family of funds can make diversification and asset allocation easier, provided there are funds within the family that meet your investment criteria. Investing in a family of funds can also simplify recordkeeping. However, the advantages of consolidating your assets within one fund family are being challenged by the proliferation of fund networks. fund networks, sometimes called fund supermarkets, make it easy to spread your investments among several fund families.

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