Definitions for "DISTRIBUTIONS"
Payment from the fund of dividends or capital gains of the portfolio. Distributions may be paid in cash or reinvested to purchase additional shares.
Payments to investors after the realisation of investments of the partnership.
The income or capital gain made by a mutual fund that is paid to the fund's investors.
Refers to the various underlying or assumed probabilistic processes. A few distributions are: the Binomial, the Normal, and the Uniform.
(Binomial, Normal, Lognormal, Gamma, etc.) are a probability function which describes the relative frequency of occurrence of data values when sampled from a population [6]. Binomial distribution gives the probability (p) of observing successes in a fixed number (n) of independent trials. It is characterized by two parameters p and n. Normal (or Guassian) distribution is a symmetric distribution, shaped like a bell, and is completely determined by its parameters: the mean and standard deviation. Lognormal distribution is used for random variables which are constrained to be greater or equal to 0. It is characterized by two parameters: mean and standard deviation. Gamma distribution is used for continuous random variables which are constrained to be greater or equal to 0. It is characterized by two parameters: shape and scale.
Amounts paid to, or withdrawn by, the owners of a Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, S Corporation, or Limited Liability Company.
Any cash or other property distributed to Partners. The term "Distributions" shall not include any payments to the General Partner in the form of management fees, organization fees, production fees, selling fees or reimbursement for goods or services provided to the Partnership.
Money paid out to owners of a corporation or limited liability company.
Tendency of large numbers of observations to group themselves around some central value with a certain amount of variation or "scatter" on either side.
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