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Factors of Production

Factors of production are the sources required for the formation of a good or service. The factors of production primarily incorporate land, labor, entrepreneurship, and capital.

 

Land as a Factor

 

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Falling Three Methods

The falling three candlestick pattern is a part of a downward trend which means the bears are dominant in the market. The pattern is formed when the bulls start taking over but are not able to completely dominate the bears.

 

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Fast Fashion

Fast fashion is the expression used to portray attire designs that move rapidly from the catwalk to outlets to meet new trends.

 

The collections are usually founded on designs introduced at Fashion Week occasions. Fast fashio ...

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Federal Funds Rate

The federal funds rate is the interest rate banks charge each other for overnight loans to meet reserve requirements. 
If a bank can’t meet its reserve requirements, it can borrow money from the Federal Reserve or from other banks ...

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Federal Reserve Board

The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, also known as the Federal Reserve Board (FRB), is the governing body of the Federal Reserve System.

  • The Federal Reserve Board (FRB) is the governing body of the Federal Reserve S ...

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Fibonacci Arcs

Fibonacci arcs are concentrical circles plotted at the endpoint of the trendline their radii are based on Fibonacci ratios

 

After the uptrend, these circles might signify support zones, while after the d ...

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Fibonacci Fan

Fibonacci fans are a combination of trendlines plotted from a single point and distant from each other based on Fibonacci ratios.

 

Fibonacci fans share the main idea with Fibonacci retracements: using Fi ...

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Fibonacci Numbers

Fibonacci numbers are utilized to make technical indicators with the help of a mathematical sequence created in the 13th century by the Italian mathematician Leonardo Bonacci.

 

The name with which he is more widely recognized ...

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Fibonacci Time Zones

Fibonacci Time Zones are a series of vertical lines.

  • Fibonacci time zones are vertical lines that represent potential areas where a swing high, low, or reversal could occur.
  • Fibonacci time zones may n ...

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Financial Instrument

Financial instruments are the monetary contract between parties which can be created, modified, traded, and settled. In other words, financial instruments are tradable assets or negotiable items which underlie a derivative. Financial instruments c ...

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Financial Technology – Fintech

Financial technology (Fintech) is an expression used to depict new tech that aims to improve and digitize the conveyance and utilization of financial services.

 

At its center, fintech is used to help organizations, entreprene ...

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Fiscal Deficit

A fiscal deficit can be defined as a shortfall in a administration's income contrasted with its expenses.

 

The administration that has a fiscal deficit has expenditures too far in the red.

 

A fiscal ...

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Fixed Income Fund

Fixed income is a class of assets and securities that pay out a set level of cash flows to investors, typically in the form of fixed interest or dividends.

Fixed-income security is an investment that pays regular inco ...

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Forex

Forex stands for Foreign Exchange. Forex is the commercial center where currencies of different nations are traded. The forex market is the biggest, most liquid market on the planet, with trillions of dollars being traded everyday.

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Fourier Analysis

Fourier analysis is a method of representing general functions by the approximate sum of simple trigonometric functions. 

 

The method is named after mathematician Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier who formulated and proved th ...

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Frypan Bottom

This Japanese candlestick pattern is similar to a Western rounding bottom. A win­dow to the upside confirms this pattern. It is the counterpart of the dumpling top.

 

Normally it should be a signal of ...

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Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis (FA) can be defined as a technique of measuring a stock’s intrinsic value by analyzing related economic as well as financial components.

 

Fundamental analysts study all the things that have the abil ...

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Fundamentals

You might have heard the word fundamentals on TV while watching stock analysis. Fund managers and stock analysts talk about stocks which have strong fundamentals. Fundamental analysis involves evaluating a security to assess its intrinsic value by e ...

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Future Value (FV)

Future value (FV) can be defined as the value of a present asset at a future date dependent on an assumed pace of development.

 

The future value is imperative to investors and investment managers as they utilize it to evaluat ...

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Futures

Futures markets trade futures contracts. 

A futures contract is an agreement between a buyer and seller of the contract that some asset such as a commodity, currency, or stock will be bought or sold for a specific price, on a specific ...

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