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DEFINITION of 'Backwardation' A theory developed in respect to the price of a futures contract and the contract's time to expire. Backwardation says that as the contract approaches expiration, the …
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Hard assets are those that have an intrinsic value such as gold, silver, and real estate.
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KMyMoney is a personal finance manager for the K Desktop Environment (KDE).
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to be used for any question related to Israeli Shekel currency.
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A Self-Directed Brokerage Option (SDBO) allows 401(k) plan holders to invest their 401(k) money directly into U.S. Equities, ADRs, ETFs, Publicly-traded Limited Partnerships, Publicly-traded REITs, U.…
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For questions related to micropayments, which are payments that accept small amounts of money and usually occur online.
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Andorra is an independent principality situated between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains. It’s known for its ski resorts and a tax-haven status that encourages duty-free shopping.
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For questions that relate to the laws, practices, and products of the Bailiwick of Guernsey.
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Banktivity is an accounting program for the Macintosh, previously known as iBank, written by IGG Software.
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Receivership is the situation in which an institution or enterprise is being held by a receiver, a person "placed in the custodial responsibility for the property of others, including tangible and int…
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For questions related to the common way financial products are traded on the open market, with simultaneous bids and asks.
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For questions about "Authorized Participants" and the creation/redemption mechanism for managing exchange traded funds
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A société d'investissement immobilier cotée (SIIC) is a type of French company that owns buildings subject to a special tax regime.
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A special memorandum account (SMA) is a dedicated investment account where excess margin generated from a client's margin account is deposited, thereby increasing the buying power for the client.
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Tax shelter allowing a disabled beneficiary to enjoy the use of property that is held in the trust for his or her benefit, while at the same time allowing the beneficiary to receive essential needs-ba…
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Questions relating to the local economy and laws of Kenya
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To be used for questions related to FHSA [First Home Savings Account] as applicable in Canada.
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Market abuse covers order and trading activity that is intended to elicit a response form other participants in the market as opposed to being for economic reasons.
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