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investment terminology
    terminology
  • Terminology is the study of terms and their use. Terms are words and compound words that are used in specific contexts. Not to be confused with "terms" in colloquial usages, the shortened form of technical terms (or terms of art) which are defined within a discipline or speciality field.
  • The body of terms used with a particular technical application in a subject of study, theory, profession, etc
  • a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline; "legal terminology"; "biological nomenclature"; "the language of sociology"
  • (terminological) of or concerning terminology; "terminological disputes"
    investment
  • investing: the act of investing; laying out money or capital in an enterprise with the expectation of profit
  • A thing that is worth buying because it may be profitable or useful in the future
  • the commitment of something other than money (time, energy, or effort) to a project with the expectation of some worthwhile result; "this job calls for the investment of some hard thinking"; "he made an emotional investment in the work"
  • An act of devoting time, effort, or energy to a particular undertaking with the expectation of a worthwhile result
  • The action or process of investing money for profit or material result
  • outer layer or covering of an organ or part or organism
investment terminology - Ms Morrison's
Ms Morrison's Updated Dictionary of Useful Financial Investment Terms
Ms Morrison's Updated Dictionary of Useful Financial Investment Terms
A handy guide explaining the definitions and context of the truly USEFUL financial investment terms of money and investing. Certified Financial Planner, Debra L. Morrison has helped thousands of investors disentangle the lingo of financial investments for over 30 years. Her wisdom and wit in explaining financial terms in English (not finance-ese) has erased the fear of the unknown and enabled folks to enjoy the freedom that comes with understanding and mastering the keys of money management.

If you don’t understand the financial lingo, how will you know even what questions to ask of yourself, your broker, or your financial planner? Have you ever ordered something off a menu that sounded incredibly exotic but turned out to be disgusting... only because you didn't know the language the menu was written in? Your retirement or other long term goals are FAR too important to leave to chance.

Have you ever felt like with so much financial information now available, how can you still be so lost; you don’t know WHAT to read, and who to trust? This one-of-a-kind Dictionary, culls and identifies the most USEFUL terms from the plethora of jargon now available. Ms. Morrison’s passion about empowering everyday folks about their money, and her professional financial wisdom seeps through her definitions, particularly in this update.

A handy guide explaining the definitions and context of the truly USEFUL financial investment terms of money and investing. Certified Financial Planner, Debra L. Morrison has helped thousands of investors disentangle the lingo of financial investments for over 30 years. Her wisdom and wit in explaining financial terms in English (not finance-ese) has erased the fear of the unknown and enabled folks to enjoy the freedom that comes with understanding and mastering the keys of money management.

If you don’t understand the financial lingo, how will you know even what questions to ask of yourself, your broker, or your financial planner? Have you ever ordered something off a menu that sounded incredibly exotic but turned out to be disgusting... only because you didn't know the language the menu was written in? Your retirement or other long term goals are FAR too important to leave to chance.

Have you ever felt like with so much financial information now available, how can you still be so lost; you don’t know WHAT to read, and who to trust? This one-of-a-kind Dictionary, culls and identifies the most USEFUL terms from the plethora of jargon now available. Ms. Morrison’s passion about empowering everyday folks about their money, and her professional financial wisdom seeps through her definitions, particularly in this update.

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<b>Korea</b> Taoist Altar / Altar Taoísta Coreia
<b>Korea</b> Taoist Altar / Altar Taoísta Coreia
Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tibet and Vietnam english Taoism (also spelled Daoism; see below) refers to a philosophical and religious tradition that has influenced the people of East Asia for more than 2,500 years. The word ?, Tao (or Dao, depending on the romanization scheme), is often translated as "path" or "way", but with a myriad of nuances in mythology and Chinese philosophy. Taoist propriety and ethics emphasize the Three Jewels of the Tao: compassion, moderation, and humility, while Taoist thought generally focuses on nature, the relationship between humanity and the cosmos (????); health and longevity; and wu wei (action through inaction). Harmony with the Universe, or the source thereof (Tao), is the intended result of many Taoist rules and practices. Reverence for ancestor spirits and immortals is common in popular Taoism. Organized Taoism distinguishes its ritual activity from that of the folk religion, which some professional Taoists (Daoshi) view as debased. Chinese alchemy (including Neidan), astrology, cuisine, Zen Buddhism, several Chinese martial arts, traditional Chinese medicine, feng shui, and many styles of qigong have been intertwined with Taoism throughout history. [edit] Spelling and pronunciation In English, the words "Daoism" and "Taoism" are the subject of an ongoing controversy over the preferred romanization. The root Chinese word ? "way, path" is romanized tao in the older Wade–Giles system and dao in the modern Pinyin system. In linguistic terminology, English Taoism/Daoism is a calque formed from the Chinese loanword tao/dao ? "way; route; principle" and the native suffix -ism. The sometimes heated arguments over Taoism vs. Daoism involve sinology, phonemes, loanwords, and politics – not to mention whether Taoism should be pronounced /?ta?.?z?m/ or /?da?.?z?m/. Daoism is consistently pronounced /?da?.?z?m/, but English speakers disagree whether Taoism should be /?da?.?z?m/ or /?ta?.?z?m/. In theory, both Wade-Giles tao and Pinyin dao are articulated identically, as are Taoism and Daoism. An investment book titled The Tao Jones Averages (a pun on the Dow Jones Indexes) illustrates this /da?/ pronunciation's widespread familiarity. In speech, Tao and Taoism are often pronounced /?ta?/ and ?ta?.?z?m/, reading the Chinese unaspirated lenis ("weak") /t/ as the English voiceless stop consonant /t/. Lexicography shows American and British English differences in pronouncing Taoism. A study of major English dictionaries published in Great Britain and the United States found the most common Taoism glosses were /ta?.?z?m/ in British sources and /da?.?z?m, ta?.?z?m/ in American ones. portugues Taoismo (ou daoismo) e uma palavra empregada para traduzir dois termos chineses distintos, "Daojiao" (??) (pinyin: Daojiao; Wade-Giles: Tao-Chiao), que se refere aos "ensinamentos ou a religiao do Dao", e "Daojia", que se refere a (??) "escola do Tao (ou Dao)", a uma linha de pensamento da filosofia chinesa. Assim, o termo taoismo pode referir-se a: uma escola de pensamento filosofico chines que se baseia nos textos do Tao Te Ching, atribuidos a Lao Tse, e nos escritos de Chuang Tse; um movimento religioso chines com origem em Zhang Daoling, no final da Dinastia Han, que se estrutura em seitas como a Zhengyi ("ortodoxa") e Quanzhen ("realidade completa"); manifestacoes da tradicao religiosa chinesa, de carater popular, que integram elementos da religiao taoista, do confucionismo e do budismo.
Coal to chemicals 110710
Coal to chemicals 110710
Plants & projects for China's coal to chemicals Production methods: Coal-to-chemicals terminology explained: Coal to chemicals uses coal as a raw material, and uses chemical processes to turn it into gas, liquids, solid fuels and other chemical products. The latest developments have seen coal chemicals moving into coal-to-liquids (CTL), coal-to-dimethyl ether (coal-to-DME), coal-to-olefins (CTO), coal-based synthetic gas (coal-based SNG) and coal-to-glycol (CTG). Coal to liquids (CTL): Coal-to-liquids comprises three different modes, namely direct CTL (DCTL), indirect CTL (ICTL) and coal-based methanol-to-gasoline (MTG). Coal and water resources, environment tolerability and engineering reliability are the main factors impacting on the development of coal-to-liquids. Coal to DME: Domestic producers have limited interest in methanol-to-DME because of overcapacity. Investors are reluctant to venture into the one-step production process because there are no precedents to follow in China, and market acceptance of the resulting products is still unknown. Methanol to olefins/propylene (MTO/P): The MTO sector is still in its infancy, with high entry requirements. Massive investments, high technology requirements, substantial risks, strict operating conditions and uncertain economical efficiency restrict the development of MTO. Coal-to-synthetic natural gas (SNG): The process sees higher emissions to the environment compared with liquefied natural gas and pipeline gas. Having a low endurance to volatile feedstock cost, its economical efficiency also faces challenges from rising coal prices. Coal to glycol (CTG): Tongliao Gold Coal started up a 150,000 tonne/year glycol plant at the end of 2009. The sector has yet to be industrialized, with issues in core catalyst technology and key technical cell integration. 11/07/10

investment terminology
investment terminology
Glossary of Loan Terminology
Loan is an amount of money borrowed from advancer and it is a type of debt, to be repaid at a later date, usually with interest. Legally, a loan is a contract between a buyer (the borrower) and a seller (the lender), enforceable under the Uniform Commercial Code in most states.

There are different type of loans like house, car, business, eduction etc. Loan Glossary provides you a comprehensive list of Loans and mortgage related words and its short description/meaning.

This Book will help in understanding this terminology in better way.

Loan is an amount of money borrowed from advancer and it is a type of debt, to be repaid at a later date, usually with interest. Legally, a loan is a contract between a buyer (the borrower) and a seller (the lender), enforceable under the Uniform Commercial Code in most states.

There are different type of loans like house, car, business, eduction etc. Loan Glossary provides you a comprehensive list of Loans and mortgage related words and its short description/meaning.

This Book will help in understanding this terminology in better way.

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