This is still probably a partial list of the financial terms in this photo, thanks for your replies!
529 (college savings account) - with the 5 and the 2 upsides down
QTIP - Qualified Terminable Interest Property
TIPS - Treasury Inflation Protection Securities
Q's - slang for the QQQ exchange-traded fund
COT - Commitment of Traders (Report)
Cotton - as in the commodity
ABS - Asset Backed Security
IP - Intellectual Property
TI - Total Income
A qualified terminable interest property trust ("QTIP trust") allows a spouse to give a life estate in property to his or her spouse without incurring the federal gift tax. The donee (recipient) spouse has an income interest in the trust and does not have a power of appointment over the principal. -Cornell Law
“People often say
'A picture is worth a thousand words.'
I believe the original quote was actually
'A picture is worth ten thousand words'
as stated by Fred R. Barnard, of Printers' Ink, 10 March 1927
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