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Trading and Investment Terms

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Law of Demand

The law of demand works along with the law of supply to clarify how market economies allot assets and decide the prices of goods and services that we observe in ordinary transactions.

 

The law of demand states that quantity b ...

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Law Of Supply

The law of supply can be defined as the micro-economic law that states that, every other factors remaining the same, as the price of a product increases, the quantity of products that providers offer will also increase, and when the price of a pro ...

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Legal Monopoly

A legal monopoly alludes to a situation where an organization that is working as a monopoly under a government command.

 

A legal monopoly offers a particular item or service at a controlled price. It can either be autonomousl ...

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Liability

A liability is something an individual or organization owes, generally an amount of money.

 

Liabilities are settled over the period of time by the transfer of financial benefits that include money, products, or services.

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Liquid

A general term used to indicate how easily transaction can be executed at or near a given price in a given market. More liquid markets usually have low bid-ask spreads. A liquid stock can absorb more buying (selling) before a significant price change ...

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Liquid Market

A liquid market can be defined as a market with numerous accessible purchasers and sellers and comparatively low exchange costs. The subtleties of what makes a market liquid may differ based on the resource being traded.

 

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Logarithmic chart

A chart for which the price scale (usually on the vertical axis) is skewed so that a given distance always represents the same percentage change in price, rather than the same absolute change in price (as is the case for a linear chart). In other wor ...

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London Metal Exchange (LME)

The London Metal Exchange (LME) can be described as a commodities market exchange that deals in metals options contracts and futures contracts.

 

The London Metal Exchange is classified as a non ferrous exchange, which implies ...

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London Stock Exchange (LSE)

The London Stock Exchange (LSE) can be described as the major stock market exchange in the United Kingdom and the biggest stock market exchange in Europe.

 

Having its origins in the year 1773, the stock market regional exchan ...

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Long term Growth (LTG)

Long term growth (LTG) can be defined as an investment technique that tries to expand the worth of a portfolio over a multi year time period.

 

Albeit long term is relative to an speculators’ time zones and personal styl ...

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Long-term investment

Investments which are kept for more than one year are known as long-term investments. The timeframe for long-term investment is different for different individuals or companies. Like for the purpose of capital gain tax long term is 1 year. But most o ...

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