A 403(b) is an alternative retirement plan to a 401(k) plan offered by non-profit organizations, rather than corporations.
Absolute Breadth Index is a market indicator used to determine volatility levels in the market without factoring in price direction.
Account Payables Management refers to the set of policies, procedures, and practices employed by a company with respect to managing its trade credit purchases. It is an important working capital amount that can enhance a company’s short-term cash flow position.
Account Receivables Management refers to the set of policies, procedures, and practices employed by a company with respect to managing sales offered on credit. If efficient, receivables management can lead to good sales growth, healthy cash flows, profitability, and stable operating cycles.
Advance/Decline Index is a technical analysis tool that represents the total difference between the number of advancing and declining security prices. This index is considered one of the best indicators of market movements as a whole.
An Aggressive Growth Fund is a form of Mutual Fund whose main investment objective is to achieve capital gains.
An all-or-none order is an order type that only executes when the full amount of the shares in the order can be executed.
AMEX is the third largest Stock Exchange in the US by trading volume.
Arbitrage is the simultaneous purchase of a security on one stock market and the sale of the same security on another stock market at prices which yield a profit.
The Arms Index is a technical analysis indicator that compares advancing and declining stock issues and trading volume as an indicator of overall market sentiment.