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Tip of the Day Build a Nest Egg that is 25 Times the Annual Investment Income You Need

Build a Nest Egg that is 25 Times the Annual Investment Income You Need - When it comes time to retire are you going to have enough money to live...

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Nifty Fifty - Nifty Fifty is the informal term used to refer to the fifty popular large cap stocks on the New York Stock Exchange in the 1960's and 1970's that were widely regarded as solid buy and hold growth stocks. The fifty credit with the propelling the bull market of the early 1970's. The Nifty Fifty are still solid performers, although a few are now defunct or otherwise worthless. The stocks, described as one decision, as they viewed as extremely stable, even over long periods of time. The most common characteristics by the constituents were solid earnings growth and low PE ratio.

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Definition of the Day Exchange Privilege

Exchange Privilege - An exchange privilege is a special feature, which are offered in some of the mutual funds families which allow investors to switch, or swap, from one mutual fund with a family unit to another within the same family fund unit, without paying any additional sales charges. The...

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