This is one of the very rare candlestick patterns for top or bottom reversal signal. It is same as Western island top or bottom in which the island session is also a doji. It is comprised of a doji star that gaps away (also the shadows) from the p ...Read More
Elliott Wave corrective wave for a three-wave countertrend price movement. Wave A is the first price wave against the trend of the market. Wave B is a corrective wave to wave A. Wave C is the final price move to complete the countertrend price mov ...Read More
The process where excess supply of a stock is absorbed by increasing demand from buyers. It is considered that the smart money buys the stocks during this phase. Public interest in the security is low during this phase. Prices usually rise afterwa ...Read More
In Japanese candlestick charting a variation of the three white soldiers in which the last two soldiers (i.e. candles with white real bodies) display weakening upside momentum. This weakness could be in the form of tall upper shadows or progressiv ...Read More
Some technicians find ADX to be one of the most powerful and reliable technical indicators. The indicator gives a basic buy signal when +DI (green) cross above ?DI (red), and the reverse for a sell. The signal is that much more potent if the ADX l ...Read More
Algorithmic trading is a term which refers to the use of various technical indicators and advanced mathematics to make decisions about the timing, price and quantity of a market order. Trades are made without human intervention using information r ...Read More
An allotment generally refers to a quota of shares given to a participating underwriting firm at the time of an initial public offering (IPO).
Remaining surpluses go to rest of the firms that have won the tender for the right to sell the l ...Read More
A coefficient which measures risk-adjusted performance, factoring in the stock specific risk, rather than the market risk. A high value for alpha implies that the stock or mutual fund has performed better than would have been expected given its be ...Read More
Altcoins are the different cryptocurrencies started after the achievements of Bitcoin.
For the most part, they offer themselves as a better option to Bitcoin.
The expression "altcoins" alludes to all digital currencies ot ...Read More
The Altman Z-score can be defined as the yield of a credit-quality test that checks a publicly-traded manufacturing organization's probability of bankruptcy.
The Altman Z-score depends on 5 financial ratios that can compute from data i ...Read More
This technical indicator uses three parallel trendlines to identify possible levels of support and resistance. The trendlines are created by placing three points at the end of identified trends. This is usually achieved by placing the points in th ...Read More
An annual report is a distribution that publicly traded organizations have to provide on a yearly basis to its investors to explain their operations and financial situations.
The forward portion of the report generally contains graphics, p ...Read More
The annual return can be describes as the profits that an investment gives over a stretch of time, formatted as a time-weighted annual percentage.
Origins of profits can incorporate dividends, profits of capital and capital appreciation. ...Read More
Aroon indicator is based on the assumption that a stock's price will close at record highs in an uptrend, and record lows in a downtrend. It is made up of two lines: one line is called "Aroon up", which measures the strength of the u ...Read More
Patterns traders look for this chart formation produced by a series of lows, each successively higher than the last, and a series of highs that are at approximately the same level. It is considered a bullish formation when volume increases on the ...Read More
An asset can be defined as a resource with monetary value that a person, organization, or nation controls or owns with the desire that it will give a future advantage.
Assets are shown on an organization's balance sheet and are purchas ...Read More
The true range indicator is the greatest of the following: -current high less the current low. -the absolute value of the current high less the previous close. -the absolute value of the current low less the previous close. The average true rang ...Read More
The expression audit usually is used in order to allude to a fiscal summary audit.
A fiscal audit is an objective evaluation and assessment of the fiscal reports of an association to ensure that the fiscal records are a reasonable as well ...Read More
The maximum value of the shares (calculated at par value) that can be issued under a firm's articles of association. It can be increased only with shareholders' approval after modifying articles of approval. Most companies' authorised ...Read More
An Automated Teller Machine or ATM is an electronic banking outlet that enables customers to carry on essential transactions without the need of a bank representative. Anybody with a credit or debit card can get to most ATMs. Although, certain cre ...Read More
ADX is non-directional and it only quantifies the strength of the trend regardless of whether it is up or down. ADX is usually plotted in a chart window along with two lines known as the DMI (Directional Movement Indicators). ADX is derived from t ...Read More
The average return can be defined as the basic mathematical average of returns created over a particular time frame.
An average return is determined in a similar way as simple average is determined for any arrangement of num ...Read More
The term Average Selling Price or ASP is the price, which a particular quality of goods or services are generally sold at. The average selling price is influenced by the kind of product and its life cycle.
The average sellin ...Read More