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Yield To Average Life

Yield To Average Life What is 'Yield To Average Life' The yield on a fixed-income security when the average maturity is substituted for the maturity date of the issue. It is particularly u

Yield Tilt Index Fund

Yield Tilt Index Fund What is 'Yield Tilt Index Fund' A type of mutual fund that allocates capital as a standard index, by replicating the holdings of a specified stock index, such as the

Yield Basis

Yield Basis What is 'Yield Basis' A method of quoting the price of a fixed-income security as a yield percentage, rather than in dollars. This allows bonds with varying characteristics to

Absolute Value

Absolute Value What is an 'Absolute Value' An absolute value is a business valuation method that uses discounted cash flow analysis to determine a company's financial worth. The absolute v

Return on Investment

DefinitionReturn on investment is the ratio between the net profit and cost of investment resulting from an investment of some resource. A high ROI means the investment's gains compare favor

Back-Of-The-Envelope Calculation

Back-Of-The-Envelope Calculation What is 'Back-Of-The-Envelope Calculation' An informal mathematical computation, often performed on a scrap of paper such as an envelope. A back-of-the-env

Canadian Rollover Mortgage

Home Ownership by Country Canadian Rollover Mortgage What is 'Canadian Rollover Mortgage' A home mortgage with an adjustable rate feature. The Canadian Rollover mortgage differs from a 30-

Calculation Agent

Calculation Agent What is 'Calculation Agent' An entity that determines the price of an investment product such as a swap. A calculation agent calculates the value of a derivative or the a

Value Date

DefinitionValue date, in finance, is the date when the value of an asset that fluctuates in price is determined. The value date is used when there is a possibility for discrepancies due to d

Wasting Trust

Wasting Trust What is 'Wasting Trust' A trust that holds plan assets when a qualified plan is frozen. A "wasting trust" derives its name from the fact that its assets get depleted over tim
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