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I

 
incisor; iodine; inosine (in nucleotides).

I

1. Symbol for iodine (a superscript number before the letter designates an isotope); luminous intensity or radiant intensity; ionic strength (in mol/L); isoleucine; inosine.
2. As a subscript, symbol for inspired gas.
3. Designation for I blood group.

I

Abbreviation for intensity of electrical current, expressed in amperes.

i

Symbol for iso-.

I

incisor; iodine; inosine (in nucleotides); isoleucine.

I

/I / electric current.

I

1 symbol for inspired gas.
2 symbol for the element iodine.

I

Symbol for:
1. Electric current, expressed in amperes.
2. Hypoxanthine.
3. Illumination.
4. Incisor.
5. Index.
6. Inosine.
7. Intelligence.
8. Intensity.
9. Intermediate.
10. Intern.
11. Internal.
12. Internist.
13. Intestine.
14. Invasive.
15. Iodine.
16. Isoleucine 18. Luminous intensity.

I

Abbreviation for iodine;
ionic strength;
isoleucine;
luminous intensity;
radiant intensity;
inosine;
inspired gas.

I

abbrev.
  1. INOSINE.
  2. ISOLEUCINE.

iodine

; I element with topical antiseptic, antifungal and rubefacient properties; essential for normal thyroid function

I

Abbreviation for intensity; iodine; isoleucine.

I

chemical symbol, iodine (L. iodum).
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It is important to stress once again that there is no guarantee that if the individual decided to self-annuitize at age x = 65 and actually earn an internal rate of return greater than our ILY value, they will be able to purchase the same exact life annuity stream at age x = 75.
Our objective is to develop a metric for comparing the relative value from annuitization across ages and over time as opposed to providing a guarantee that earning the ILY will assure the ability to acquire the same exact annuity income flow.
Using this approximation and then collecting terms, the ILY is the value of [delta] that solves
Namely, by tracking the ILY values over time and across countries, one can obtain a better measure of the investment return from annuities without having to make distributional assumptions regarding mortality, or relying on the accuracy of a given day's yield curve.
Ongoing research will monitor the ILY values over longer periods of time, and in different countries, to measure relative changes in the ILY index.
Annuity quotes (per $100,000) declined as well--as evidenced by Figure 1--and the ILY declined, but quickly recovered within 2 or 3 weeks of the terrorist attacks.