Exchange distribution 


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Exchange distributionA sale on an exchange floor of a large block of stock in a single transaction. A broker bunches a large number of buy orders and sells the block all at once. The broker receives a special commission from the seller.Exchange distribution Similar MatchesRequired minimum distribution (RMD)Required minimum distribution (RMD)The minimum amount that the IRS requires must be withdrawn each year from all taxadvantaged retirement plans starting in the calendar year following the year in which the plan holder reaches age 701/2. Roth IRAs are exempt from this rule. Income redistribution argument for a tariffIncome redistribution argument for a tariffThe argument that tariffs should be used in order to redistribute income towards the poor. In a rich country, where unskilled labor is the scarce factor, this can make sense as explained in the StolperSamuelson Theorem, but it is a secondbest argument. Cumulative probability distributionCumulative probability distributionA function that shows the probability that the random variable will attain a value less than or equal to each value that the random variable can take on. Distribution periodDistribution periodThe period following the dividend declaration date to the date of record during which a stockholder must officially own shares to be entitled to the dividend. Capital gains distributionCapital gains distributionA distribution to the shareholders of a mutual fund out of profits from selling stocks or bonds, that is subject to capital gains taxes for the shareholders. Further SuggestionsDividend distributionEarly distribution Primary distribution Distribution Fractal Distribution Skewed distribution distribution Frequency distribution Premature distribution Probability distribution Probability distribution Income distribution Distribution area Standardized normal distribution Distribution channel Functional distribution of income Normal Distribution Distribution Cost Advantage Secondary distribution or offering 
