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Set Concrete Goals - One of the best ways to help you set a budge and live within your means is to set realistic, but concrete, goals for things like...

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Do Not Increase (DNI)

Do not increase (DNI) - do not increase (DNI) is a set of instructions from a company, to either a broker or a brokerage firm. Do not increase, or in short DNI, simply is instructions for brokers not so increase the amount of shares bought or sold for a specific fund. This could be for a variety of reasons. One reason is the company might be considering splitting stocks, Another reason could be the company is about to pay out dividends, Whatever the reason, Do Not Increase ( DNI) is a specific instruction to the above stated., and is used between the company and the broker, for the purpose of freezing trades temporarily

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CAGR Term category: Finance/Accounting In 10 words or less: The compounding rate of return over a period. Definition: The compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is the rate at which an investment grows annually to reach a given end value.  It's calculated by the following: CAGR = [(Ending Value/Beginning Value)^(1/# of years)] -1 Advice: CAGR is a...

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