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Roll-Up Merger: A roll-up (also known as a "roll up" or a "rollup") merger occurs when investors (often private equity firms) buy up companies in the same market and merge them together. Roll-ups

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Posted: (7 days ago) Roll-Up Merger: A roll-up (also known as a "roll up" or a "rollup") merger occurs when investors (often private equity firms) buy up companies in the same market and merge them together. Roll-ups ...

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Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) Definition

Posted: (2 days ago) A special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) is a publicly traded company created for the purpose of acquiring or merging with an existing company.

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Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) Definition

Posted: (3 days ago) In a divorce, a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) requires that a portion of retirement account assets be paid over to a former spouse.

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Life Estate Definition

Posted: (2 days ago) Understanding Life Estate . A life estate is the vehicle by which the property owner, or the grantor, transfers legal ownership to another person or the life tenant. In many cases, the grantor and ...

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Per Stirpes Definition - Investopedia

Posted: (3 days ago) Per stirpes is a stipulation that, should a beneficiary predecease the testator, the beneficiary's share of the inheritance will go to his or her heirs.

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Top Biotech Stocks for Q4 2020 - Investopedia

Posted: (15 days ago) The biotechnology industry includes companies that develop drugs and diagnostic compounds for the treatment of diseases and medical conditions. These products must go through a rigorous, costly ...

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Irrevocable Trust

Posted: (1 days ago) An irrevocable trust cannot be modified, amended or terminated without the permission of the grantor's named beneficiary or beneficiaries.

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Living Trust Definition

Posted: (4 days ago) A living trust designates a trustee to manage assets for the beneficiary, while the grantor is still alive. Trustees with fiduciary duty manage trusts according to the beneficiary's best interests.

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Top Marijuana Stocks for September 2020

Posted: (2 days ago) Marijuana stocks, as represented by the ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF (), have dramatically underperformed the broader market, providing investors with a total return of -47.2% compared to the S&P ...

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Regulation Z Definition - Investopedia

Posted: (1 days ago) Regulation Z is the part of the Truth in Lending Act of 1968 that promulgates rules that protect consumers against misleading practices by the lending industry. Regulation Z requires mortgage ...

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