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Kellogg School Of Management

DefinitionThe Kellogg School of Management is the business school of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, with additional campuses in downtown Chicago, Illinois and Miami, Florida.

Halloween Strategy

Halloween Strategy What is a 'Halloween Strategy' A Halloween strategy is an investment technique in which an investor sells stocks before May 1 and refrains from reinvesting in the stock

Kicking The Tires

Kicking The Tires What is 'Kicking The Tires' A slang term for researching an investment before putting any money into it. The process of kicking the tires for a stock might include readin

Healthcare Power Of Attorney (HCPA)

Healthcare Power Of Attorney (HCPA) What is 'Healthcare Power Of Attorney - HCPA' A legal form that allows an individual to empower another with decisions regarding his or her healthcare a

Halo Effect

Halo Effect What is the 'Halo Effect' The halo effect is a term used in marketing to explain the bias shown by customers toward certain products because of a favorable experience with othe

Hands-On Investor

Hands-On Investor What is 'Hands-On Investor' An investor who holds a large portion of a company's shares and takes an active management role. A hands-on investor can also be called a majo

In Play

In Play What is 'In Play' A slang phrase used to describe a firm who has become a potential takeover target or has put itself up for sale. Once a bid is made, a company is put "in play" an

Illegal Dividend

Illegal Dividend What is 'Illegal Dividend' A dividend declared by a corporation that is in violation of its charter and/or of state laws. Should such a dividend be declared, the company's

Implementation Shortfall

DefinitionIn financial markets, implementation shortfall is the difference between the decision price and the final execution price for a trade. This is also known as the "slippage". Agency

Implementation Lag

Implementation Lag What is 'Implementation Lag' The time lag between when a macroeconomic shock or other adverse condition is recognized by central banks and the government, and when a cor
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