EEKThe ISO 4217 currency code for the Estonian Kroon.
Biweekly mortgageBiweekly mortgage
A mortgage that requires payments every two weeks and helps repay the loan over a shorter term.
Risk seekerRisk seeker
Investor who likes to take risk and is even willing to pay for it. Also called risk lover.
Closing 52 week highClosing 52 week high
The highest closing price for a specific security over the last 52 weeks.
Directly Unproductive Profit-Seeking ActivitiesDirectly Unproductive Profit-Seeking Activities
Activities that have no direct productive purpose (neither increasing consumer utility nor contributing to production of a good or service that would increase utility) and are motivated by the desire to make profit, typically from market distortions created by government policies. Examples are rent seeking and revenue seeking. Term coined by Bhagwati (1982).
Also known as accelerated mortgages. Biweeklies reduce interest expense and build home equity faster than monthly payments.
Further SuggestionsBi weekly mortgage loan
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closing 52 week low
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