End Of Day. Usually 11:59 pm.
Usage: EOD may refer to different times, depending on the time zone or the company.
Walls that come to a point at their intersection with the ridge of two sloping roof planes.
Usage: The multiple gables on this house give it a unique presence on the street.
The beginning of a day’s trading on the NYSE or the NASDAQ.
Usage: The Dow was up 15 points at the open.
A short, emotional description of an image of the future for the organization.
Usage: The vision statement helps employees understand where the company is headed.
The company that owns the stock of another company or controls its business activities.
Usage: Altria is the parent company of Philip Morris USA.
Investor or commentator who thinks that market value will go down. Pessimist. Opposite of a bull.
Usage: The investment adviser described himself as a bear and suggested that stocks might lose value over the next few weeks.
An apples to apples comparison of the costs of two or more things.
Usage: It’s difficult to prepare a cost analysis of cell phone plans. Not only are there a lot of different features and functions, each pricing plan is described in different terms.
A body of techniques for representing graphically the locations and interrelationships among a set of points.
Usage: Product position maps are one type of multi-dimensional scaling.
Governmental Accounting Standards Board. Pronounced gazz-bee. An independent organization that develops financial reporting standards for government agencies.
Usage: The GASB rulings have no relevance to publicly traded companies.
Tentative subdivision layout, showing approximate proposed street and lot layout; basis for consideration prior to preparing a Final Plat.
Usage: The preliminary survey is a preliminary plat by a civil engineer to document all significant facts about the property.