Definitions for "Rollover"
A direct transfer of retirement funds from one qualified plan to another plan of the same type or to an individual retirement arrangement (IRA) that does not pass through the hands of the owner and thus does not incur any tax liability for the owner. Also known as direct rollover and direct transfer.
A transfer of funds from one instrument to another without incurring penalties or realizing gain. For instance, a 401k retirement account is rolled over when moving funds from one employer account to another. Capital gain from sale of a personal home can be rolled over into the cost of a new home.
Once an IRA holder reaches the age of 70 1/2 the Required Minimum Distribution is the minimum annual distribution amount that holder is required to take.
A graphic or image that changes when the cursor is moved over it.
No, it is not a command you give to your dog!. It is the most popular dynamic effect used on the web. Rollovers involves images being changed as the user places his or her mouse over the image. It requires a Javascript to do the trick.
A type of navigation button that changes when the end user's mouse rolls over it.
Means that a loan is periodically repriced at an agreed spread over the appropriate, currently prevailing rate. Most term loans in the Euromarket are made on a rollover basis as to current LIBOR rate.
Most term loans in the Euromarket are made on a rollover basis, which means that the loan is periodically repriced at an agreed spread over the appropriate, currently prevailing LIBO rate.
Renewal of a forward position as it approaches maturity.
Keywords:  jackpot, lottery, won, bigger, draw
An event that occurs when an online game jackpot is not won. The jackpot thus "rolls over" to the next drawing, resulting in a higher jackpot for that drawing. Scratch-off game: See "instant game."
when the lottery jackpot is not won, it “rolls over” to the next draw meaning a bigger jackpot.
An event that occurs when the lottery jackpot or a jackpot game is not won. The jackpot thus 'rolls over' to the next drawing, resulting in a bigger jackpot for that drawing.
Moving a position from one expiration date to another further into the future. As the front month approaches expiration, traders wishing to maintain their positions will often move them to the next contract month. This is accomplished by a simultaneous sale of one and purchase of the other.
To establish a new position in a foreign currency by simultaneously liquidating the current position and establishing the same position at a value date in the future. Depending on the difference between the interest rates in one country compared to another (the so-called "interest differential") traders can either earn interest on their trading positions over time or they will have to pay out interest. Day traders do not hold positions overnight, so they are not affected by rollover.
Rollover - Transfer of an open position to the following delivery date.
Rollover is a 1981 political and financial thriller directed by Alan J. Pakula and starring Jane Fonda and Kris Kristofferson.
Inversion element on Vekoma SLC coasters, which turns riders over twice. An Immelman leads directly into a diving loop, and because of the positioning of the two elements, the train ends up travelling parallel and in the same direction leaving the element as it was on entering.
a type of vehicle accident wherein a vehicle turns over on its side
An accident situation where the vehicle rolls at least 90 degrees.  The term rollover is also sometimes used to describe a pitchroll.  See roll.
Vehicle crashes where one or more of the vehicles involved is tipped off of its wheels and onto its side, roof or back onto its wheels again. Although the forces of a crash impact are dispersed in a rollover crash, making rollovers hypothetically less dangerous than other crashes, vehicles are not designed with rollover safety in mind. Therefore, rollovers are highly devastating crashes – about one third of all crash fatalities occur in rollovers. For more information see:
A characteristic of a keyboard that can continue to send the proper codes when several keys are held down at one time. A keyboard with two-key rollover will handle depression of two keys at a time. N-key rollover describes keyboards with no limit to the number of keys that can be depressed without interfering with code generation.
a simultaneous buy and sell order between two contract periods
Rollover is the ability of a computer keyboard to correctly handle several simultaneous keystrokes.
The replacement of a loan or a bill at maturity by a further loan or bill by negotiation with the party to whom the money is owed.
Loans that may extend beyond certain intermediate maturities.
The extension of a maturing foreign exchange contract, loan or deposit.
A point where a stock price has fallen to support, or risen to resistance, and then reverses the up or down trend convincingly.
Condition that occurs when a portion of the fire gases trapped at the upper level of a room ignites, spreading flame across the ceiling of the room. Also called Flameover.
Keywords:  sidewall, tire, rubs, road, cornering
The condition that occurs during hard cornering when a tire sidewall rubs the road surface.
When new information is constantly demanded, website designers and updaters are frequently concerned with rolling over old content. The process of rollover involves storing or archiving dated information and replacing it with more current content. The frequency of rollover in a high-traffic site can be several new headlines every hour.
Keywords:  perpetuities, rule
Rule Against Perpetuities
The extension of a loan, usually conditioned on a set of lender prerequisites.
Keywords:  consolidate, see
See consolidate.
an example of a javascript page component interaction
Keywords:  lot, round
Round Lot
In current usage, the conversion of a construction loan to the permanent financing when construction is complete.[] Go to: | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | X | Y
Keywords:  transaction, reportable
a reportable transaction
Keywords:  copies, sold, number, payment, that
a payment that's made when a certain number of copies have been sold