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Corporate Income Fund - a corporate income fund is a specific type of a Unit Investment Trust... The UIT (Unit investment trust) has a fixed portfolio comprised only of high grade financial securities. The can be in the form of stocks, bonds, government bonds, or commercial paper. The only main character is that they are all higher grade securities. The Unit Investment Trust, which is actually a corporate income fund, is similar to a regular money market account, except it?s made up of a group of higher grade securities, and instruments, and usually pays out dividends on a monthly basis.

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Black Tuesday - Black Tuesday took place on October 29 in the year 1929 and was probably the most famous stock market crash ever to be remembered in stock market history. On this day, the stock market's stocks lost 13 percent of their value and...

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