Cycle

Science / Astrology / Cycle: A planet's zodiacal period; the time it takes a planet to make on complete transit (revolution) of a horoscope.

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Cycle Noun Synonyms: round, rotation, circle, course, series, sequence, run, succession, pattern
Cycle Verb Synonyms: slow, methodical, careful, unhurried, paced, measured, regular, even, steady, sure, unhesitating, unfaltering, confident
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Economic Cycle

Business / Taxes / Economic Cycle: An economic cycle is a period during which a country’s economy moves from strength to weakness and back to strength. This pattern repeats itself regularly, though not on a fixed schedule. The length MORE

Lifecycle Fund

Business / Taxes / Lifecycle Fund: A lifecycle fund, which is a fund of funds, invests in individual mutual funds that a fund company puts together to help investors meet their objectives without having to select individual funds. Some MORE

Business Cycle

Business / Finance / Business Cycle: Repetitive cycles of economic expansion and recession. The official peaks and troughs of the U.S. cycle are determined by the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA. MORE

Market Cycle

Business / Finance / Market Cycle: The period between the two latest highs or lows of the S&P 500, showing net performance of a fund through both an up and a down market. A market cycle is complete when the S&P is 15% below the highest MORE

Option Cycle

Business / Finance / Option Cycle: The cycle of option expiration months. The most common cycles are: January, April, July, and October (JAJO); February, May, August, and November (FMAN); and March, June, September, and December (MJSD) MORE

Market Cycles

Business / Taxes / Market Cycles: Market cycles are the recurrent patterns of expansion and contraction that characterize the securities and real estate markets. While the pace of these recurrent cycles of gain and loss isn’t predic MORE

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