Oligopoly is a market structure with a few firms collectively control a industry and, none of which can shield the others from having noteworthy impact.
A monopoly is one firm controlling an industry, duopoly is two firms co ...Read More
OBV is an indicator that adds a period?s volume to a cumulative total when the close is up and subtracts the period?s volume from the cumulative total when the close is down. The cumulative total is plotted as the OBV line. This line can then be comp ...Read More
A one night stand investment can be defined as a bought stock that was meant for a long-term investment, however is rather sold very quickly, a lot of the times as soon as the following day.
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OneCoin describes itself as a cryptocurrency framework based on the blockchain technology. It is promoted by OneCoin Limited, a organization that works across the world with physical workplaces in Europe, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates.... Read More
Operating income can be defined as a bookkeeping figure that gauges the amount of profit used from a business' activities, after subtracting working expenses such as wages, depreciation, and Cost of Goods Sold or COGS.
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Option cycle alludes to the expiry dates that apply to the various classes of options.
A recently listed option is allocated a cycle randomly to comprehensively circulate options across different periods of time.
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The option Greeks are a series of measures of the rate of change in price of a security with another variable. Each is named after a Greek letter with the exception of vega which is not a Greek letter. ...Read More
An option on a futures contract provides the option contract owner the right, however not the commitment, to purchase or sell a particular futures contract at a strike price on or prior to the option contract's expiry date.
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A technical condition that occurs when price is considered to have risen or fallen too far, too fast and is susceptible a pullback. Overbought / oversold indicators (RSI, stochastic) for example) often have values within the range 0 to 100, with over ...Read More
An over the counter (OTC) market can be described as a decentralized market in which market members exchange securities, commodities, currencies as well as other financial instruments of investment, directly between two people and in the absence o ...Read More