Some articles on fund, funds:
... A target-date fund is similar to an asset-allocation fund, except that the allocation is designed to change over time ... ETFs that own other iShares ETFs Vanguard has target-date mutual funds that own other Vanguard mutual funds ... In both cases, the same funds are used as the asset-allocation funds ...
... In the video, Cramer described activities used by hedge fund managers to manipulate stock prices – some of debatable legality and others illegal ... stocks higher or lower with as little as $5 million in capital when he was running his hedge fund ... lot of times when I was short at my hedge fund...When I was positioned short—meaning I needed it down—I would create a level of activity beforehand ...
... Carney, meanwhile, had founded a hedge fund, and Malcolm was soon trading for it, primarily index arbitrage ... In 1994, the Hong Kong government created a tracker fund for the Hang Seng (the Hong Kong equivalent of the Dow Jones or the Nikkei see Tracker Fund of Hong Kong) ... Hong Kong Telecom, and under the terms of the tracker funds' charter, its managers had to buy $225 million worth of PCC stock ...
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... from July through September, from campaign funds ... Ney paid an additional $96,000 in legal fees from campaign funds to that law firm total campaign spending for the period was $250,000 ... Ney reported that he had not paid any legal fees since January 5 from campaign funds ...
More definitions of "fund":
- (noun): A financial institution that sells shares to individuals and invests in securities issued by other companies.
Synonyms: investment company, investment trust, investment firm
- (verb): Provide a fund for the redemption of principal or payment of interest.
- (verb): Invest money in government securities.
- (verb): Furnish money for.
Example: "The government funds basic research in many areas"
- (verb): Convert (short-term floating debt) into long-term debt that bears fixed interest and is represented by bonds.
- (verb): Place or store up in a fund for accumulation.
- (noun): A reserve of money set aside for some purpose.
Synonyms: monetary fund
Famous quotes containing the word fund:
“School success is not predicted by a childs fund of facts or a precocious ability to read as much as by emotional and social measures; being self-assured and interested: knowing what kind of behavior is expected and how to rein in the impulse to misbehave; being able to wait, to follow directions, and to turn to teachers for help; and expressing needs while getting along with other children.”
—Daniel Goleman (20th century)
“I am advised that there is an unexpended balance of about $45,000 of the fund appropriated for the relief of the sufferers by flood upon the Mississippi River and its tributaries, and I recommend that authority be given to use this fund to meet the most urgent necessities of the poorer people in Oklahoma.”
—Benjamin Harrison (18331901)