This indicates if the product is available for tax saving accounts.
The total of all assets listed on the institution’s balance sheet. This figure primarily consists of loans, investments, and fixed assets.
A company's trailing twelve months is a representation of its financial performance over the most recent 12 months. TTM uses the latest available financial data from a company’s interim, quarterly or annual reports.
A short-term debt obligation backed by the U.S. government with a maturity of less than one year. It yields no interest, but is issued at a discount on its redemption price. For example, a 13 week T-bill priced at $14,800 will be worth $15,000 when it matures in 13 weeks. There will be no regular payments during the 13 weeks, just the final $15,000 pay out at the end.
Trailing Twelve Months (see Trailing Twelve Months).
The percentage of a mutual fund or other investment vehicle's holdings that have been replaced with other holdings in a given year. Generally, low turnover ratio is favorable, because high turnover equates to higher brokerage transaction fees, which reduce fund returns.