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The part of a Brokerage office used for receiving and paying out Fund.

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10-K, 12b-1 funds, Allowance for depreciation, Automatic Funds Transfer, Above par, Accrual of discount, Amortization of premium, At par, All or any part, Abstract of title, Attorney in fact, Assignment of mortgage, Aggressive growth fund, A shares, Asset allocation fund, At the money, Age-weighted plan, Across the board, Additional paid-in capital, Against the box, At the bell, At the close, At the figure, At the full, At the market, At the opening order, Automated Pricing and Reporting System, Away from the market, Back pay, Below the line, Books of final entry, Books of original entry, Banking Act of 1933, Balanced fund, Below par, Blend fund, Bond fund, Bureau of Public Debt, Back office, Broker, Brokerage, Brokerage firm, Brokerage house, Broker loan, Brought over the wall, Buy the book, Balance of payments, Board of Governors, Breaking the syndicate, Bill of exchange, Bill of sale, Breach of trust, By the book, Bailing out, Broker loan rate, B shares, Buy and write, Blow-off top, Breadth-of-market theory, Beat the gun, Cost Of Goods Sold, Cost of sales, Clearinghouse funds, Certificate of Participation, Closed out, Code of procedure, Contra broker, Contract broker, Capitalization of income, Cost of Living Adjustment, Cost-of-living index, Council of Economic Advisers, Cash and carry trade, Chasing the market, Chicago Board of Trade, Cost-of-living rider, Certificate of stock, Cost of carry, Certificate of title, Contract for deed, Cancellation of debt, Cash-out refinancing, Certificate of Claim, Cost of debt capital, Cost of funds, Crowding out, Capital appreciation fund, Clone fund, Closed-end fund, Closed fund, Crossover fund, C shares, Class of options, Close to the money, Certificate of Occupancy, Cash or Deferred Arrangement, Class A Shares, Class B Shares, Crash of 1929, Crash of 1987, Child and dependent care credit, Coefficient of determination, Cup and handle, Certificate of delivery, Close a position, Close out, Cornering the market, Curbs in, Curbs out, Deposit in transit, Date of issue, Date of payment, Deep discount broker, Discount broker, Division of Enforcement, Division of Investment Management, Division of Market Regulation, Date of record, Dividend in arrears, Desk (the), Division of labor, Durable Power of Attorney, Date of maturity, Debtor in possession, Debtor-in-possession financing, Deed of Release, Deed of Trust, Discharge of bankruptcy, Discharge of lien, Dual-purpose fund, Deep in the money, Deep out of the money, Deed of Surrender, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Dogs of the Dow, Depth of market, Electronic Funds Transfer, Eurodollar certificate of deposit, External funds, Either-or order, Effective par, E-mini, Exchange for futures, Exchange for physical, Exchange of spot, Enhanced index fund, Environmental fund, Equity fund, Exchange fund, Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, First In First Out, Federal funds, Federal Savings and Loan Association, Fed funds, Flow of funds, Fill or kill, Floor broker, Front-ending an order, Full-service brokerage, Fund supermarket, Forward P/E, Factors of production, Favorable balance of trade, Fee-for-service, Form 8-K, Form S-1, Friends and family offering, Fund, Full faith and credit, Family of funds, Focused fund, Fund family, Fund manager, Fund of funds, Free and clear, Free right of exchange, G-7, General Accounting Office, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, G-8, Global fund, Growth and income fund, Growth fund, Gather in the stops, Hart-Scott-Rodino Act of 1976, Hit the bid, House of issue, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Holder in due course, Hang out loan, Home equity line of credit, Hedge fund, Head and shoulders, Hammering the market, Held at the opening, Holding the market, In escrow, Independent broker, In-house, Institutional brokerage, Introducing broker, Investment Advisor Act of 1940, Investment Company Act of 1940, In line, International Monetary Fund, Insurance broker, Insider Trading sanctions Act of 1984, Internal Rate of Return, Indication of interest, In intestacy, In play, In-process research and development, Income fund, Index fund, Institutional fund, International fund, Investment fund, I/O strip, In-service withdrawal, Imbalance of orders, In and out, In sympathy, In the tank, Jointly and severally, Jumping the gun, Joint and several liability, Joint and survivor annuity, Knock-out option, Last In First Out, Lender of last resort, Law of one price, Lending at a rate, Law of demand, Law of supply, London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange, Letter of comment, Legal age, Line of credit, Lock-in, Lifecycle fund, Load fund, Leading the market, Locked in, Long-term gain or loss, Level I quotes, Municipal bond fund, Muni fund, Make a market, Medium of exchange, Mortgage broker, Mutual fund, Mutual fund custodian, Mutual fund symbol, Matching funds, Middle office, Negotiable certificate of deposit, Negotiable Order of Withdrawal, Notice of Sale, National Association of Securities Dealers, National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations system, Null and void, Notice of Default, National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, Normal retirement age, Off-balance-sheet financing, Off the books, Office of Thrift Supervision, Out-of-favor, Over-the-Counter, Off-floor order, Online broker, Or better, Outside broker, Opinion of title, On-the-spot loan, Open-end fund, Option income fund, Out of the money, Old age, survivors, and disability insurance, Off-board, On the opening, Pooling of interests, Profit and loss statement, Par bond, Paying agent, Payment-in-kind security, Price Value of a Basis Point, Payment for order flow, Prime broker, Prime brokerage, P&L, Provision for income taxes, Power of Attorney, Prioritization of debt, Pooled fund, Prime rate fund, Publicly-traded fund, Pure index fund, Pension fund, Paid-in capital, Paid-in surplus, Private Investment in Public Equity, Preservation of capital, Point-and-figure chart, Painting the tape, Priced out, Reports and Records, Return of capital, Reading the tape, Regulation D, Regulation G, Regulation T, Regulation U, Retail brokerage, Round of funding, Rules of Fair Practice, Rate of exchange, Reciprocal of European terms, Regional fund, Regulation A, Right of first refusal, Right of rescission, Revolving line of credit, Right of recourse, Rule of 78, Real estate broker, Right of redemption, Retirement Equity Act of 1984, Risk/return trade-off, Rate of return, Real rate of return, Selling, General and Administrative Expenses, SG&A, Savings and Loan, Savings Association Insurance Fund, Sight letter of credit, S&L, Securities and Exchange Commission, Sinking fund, Segregation of securities, Sell the book, Street broker, Standard of living, Statute of Limitations, Sale and leaseback, Satisfaction of debt, Staggered board of directors, Sector fund, Series fund, Socially responsible fund, Specialized fund, Specialty fund, Stock fund, Selling the spread, Special use property, Savings Incentive Match Plan for Employees, Selling short against the box, Shorting against the box, S Corporation, Short-term gain or loss, Subchapter S Corporation, Same Day Funds Settlement, Schedule C, Securities Act of 1933, Securities Acts Amendments of 1975, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Seek a market, S&P phenomenon, Stop and reverse, Stopped out, T-Bill, Take a position, Trailing P/E, Tenancy by the entirety, Trust fund, Truth in Lending, Tax-free bond fund, Tax-managed fund, The Street, Timing the market, Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, Tax Reform Act of 1986, Tax Reform Act of 1993, Top out, Take a bath, U.S. Government Agency Security, U.S. Savings Bond, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Treasury Bill, U.S. Treasury Bond, U.S. Treasury Note, U.S. Treasury Securities, Unit of trade, Unit of trading, World fund, Waiver of premium, Widow-and-orphan stock, When, as, and if issued, X or XD, Y shares