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IASBInternational Accounting Standards Board (IASB) ...
IdayAn abbreviation for "inside day" which occurs whenever a day?s range is within the range of the previous day. ...
Immediate Or Cancel(IOC) - Similar to the Fill or Kill (FOK) in that it has to be done immediately, but an IOC order allows for a partial ...
Implied VolatilityThe volatility computed using the actual market prices of an option contract and one of a number of pricing models. ...
In the Money(ITM) If you were to exercise an option and it would generate a profit at the time, it is known to be in-the-money. A put ...
Income StocksIncome stocks have high dividend payouts, and the companies are typically in the mature stages of their industry life cycles. Stocks of companies that have ...
IndexA group of assets (often in a similar class of sector or market capitalization) which can be traded as a single security. ...
Index FundsAn index fund is a fund that follows a passive investing strategy, meaning that the fund managers attempt to match an identified benchmark index, not ...
IndicatorUsed in the context of general equities, a technical or fundamental measurement used to forecast the market’s direction, such as investment advisory sentiment, stock trading ...
Individual Retirement Accounts(IRA) Tax deferred accounts individuals can contribute to as long as they have earned income. See retirement investing for more information on IRAs. ...
Initial MarginThe initial deposit of collateral required to enter into a position as a guarantee on future performance. ...
Inside InformationRelevant information about a company that has not yet been made public. It is illegal for holders of this information to make trades based on ...
Insider TradingMaking investment decisions based on information that is not yet public. Although trading based on this type of inside information does occur, it is against ...
InsidersDirectors and senior officers of a corporation; those who have access to inside information about a company; someone who owns more than 10% of the ...
Interest RateThe cost of borrowing money. The rate at which borrowed money is charged by the lender, usually annualized into a percentage figure. ...
Interest-Bearing SecurityA type of investment on which earnings bear interest. ...
Intrinsic ValueThis is a measure of any real value to the option. The amount by which an option is in-the-money. Out-of-the-money options have no intrinsic value. ...
Investment IncomeThe revenue from a portfolio of invested assets. ...
Investment ManagerThe individual who manages a portfolio of investments; also called a portfolio manager or money manager. ...
Investment MemorandumA letter that commits an individual to acquire a company's securities and describes the terms of the deal. ...
Investment SecuritiesInvestments in debt securities are carried at amortized cost only when they qualify as 'held-to-maturity.'' To so qualify, the investor must have the positive intent ...
Investment StrategyA strategy an investor uses when deciding how to allocate capital among several options, including stocks, bonds, cash equivalents, commodities, and real estate. See trading strategies ...
InvestmentsFinancial securities, such as stocks and bonds. ...
InvestorA person whose principal concern in the purchase of a security is the minimizing of long-term risk, compared to the speculator who is prepared to ...
Iron ButterflyA 4-leg option strategy using calls and puts together. ...

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