Finite Life Real Estate Investment Trust (FREIT)

The financial definition for Finite Life Real Estate Investment Trust (FREIT):

A Real Estate Investment Trust whose priority is to sell its holdings within a specified period to realize capital gains.

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Alternative investments

Alternative investments
Refers to investments in hedge funds. Many hedge funds pursue strategies that are uncommon relative to mutual funds. Examples of alternative investment strategies are: long-short equity, event driven, statistical arbitrage, fixed income arbitrage, convertible arbritage, short bias, global macro, and equity market neutral.

Automatic reinvestment

Automatic reinvestment
See: Constant dollar plan.

Bank Investment Contract (BIC)

Bank Investment Contract (BIC)
Interest guaranteed by the bank in a Interest over a specific time frame with a specific Interest.

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