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Agency bond:
Some government affili... Some government affiliated but privately owned corporations, including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and certain federal government agencies, including Ginnie Mae, the Government National Mortgage Association (GNMA), raise money by issuing bonds and short-term discount notes for sale to individual and institutional investors.

ABOVE THE LINE,:
the individual, is a t... the individual, is a term derived from a solid bold line on Form 1040 and 1040A above the line for adjusted gross income. Items above the line prior to coming to adjusted gross income, for example, can include: IRA contributions, half of the self-employment tax, self-employed health insurance deduction, Keogh retirement plan and self-employed SEP deduction, penalty on early withdrawal of savings, and alimony paid. A taxpayer can take deductions above the line and still claim the standard deduction

achievement motivation theory :
Psychology concept that... Psychology concept that links personality traits and social background of an individual with his or her level of 'need for achievement.'

ANOMALY:
generally, is a devia... generally, is a deviation from the common rule. It is an irregularity that is difficult to explain using existing rules or theory. In securities, it is an unexplained or unexpected price or rate relationship that seems to offer an opportunity for an arbitrage-type profit, although not typically without risk. Examples include the tendency of small stocks to outperform large stocks, of stocks with low price-to-book value ratios to outperform stocks with high price-to-book value ratios, and of discount currency forward contracts to outperform premium currency forward contracts.

 

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