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Tip of the Day "Fee-Only" is Your Friend

"Fee-Only" is Your Friend - Unlike financial advisors that work on a fee-base or commission-base service, "Fee Only" based advisors are the only ones legal obligated to act in your...

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High Watermark

High Watermark?- This is a term that applies to whatever is the highest value a given investment fund has actually earned. This is referred to as its high watermark mark by the investors. Such value has benefit mainly in terms to those who manage the funds. They are used as a gauge to determine any bonus a specific manager will be eligible for during a given period. This is based on whether they succeeded in exceeding the high watermark level in earnings. Should the manager fail to have earnings above that level then no bonus is made available.

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Definition of the Day Block Positioner

Block Positioner - A block positioner is a member who is registered in the Securities and Exchange Commission, and who deals, sells, securities while taking a long or short position with stocks and bonds. A block positioner takes this stance with the hopes that he or she will net a...

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