|ROI (return on investment)||(Accounting) method of measuring the profitability of a company (derived by dividing the net income by total assets)|
|Average rate of return||ARR; The ratio of the average cash inflow to the amount invested.|
|Bank Investment Contract||BIC; Interest guaranteed by the bank in a portfolio over a specific time frame with a specific yield.|
|carriage return||return key on typewriter|
|closed-end investment company||type of investment company|
|CR (Carriage Return)||character which returns a cursor or print head to the beginning of the line (on a computer or typewriter)|
|Finite Life Real Estate Investment Trust (FREIT)||A Real Estate Investment Trust with the priority of selling its holdings within a specified period to realize capital gains.|
|guaranteed investment certificate||investment with guaranteed return|
|investment analyst||stock exchange researcher|
|investment company||company holding securities for investment only|
|investment trust||group of investors|
|Municipal Investment Trust (MIT)||A unit investment trust that buys municipal bonds and usually holds them until maturity, passing the bond income on to shareholders, usually tax-free.|
|open-end investment company||mutual fund|
|open-ended investment company||limited company managing investments|
|point of no return||critical stage in a process, point on a journey|
|rate of return||amount of income generated by an investment|
|return||act of going or coming back; act of giving back; reply, answer; profit, yield; repayment; return key, alternate name for the Enter key (Computers); ball that is hit or run back (Sports), angled part, appear again, ball played back, build something to f...|
|Return on equity (ROE)||Indicator of profitability. Determined by dividing net income for the past 12 months by common stockholder equity (adjusted for stock splits). Result is shown as a percentage. Investors use R.O.E. as a measure of how a company is using its money. R.O.E...|
|Return on investment (ROI)||Generally, book income as a proportion of net book value.|
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