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A rally can be defined as a time period of supported increments in the prices of securities or indices.


This kind of price movement can occur either during either a bear market or a bull market, when it is referred to as eit ...

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Rate of Return (RoR)

A rate of return (RoR) is the net addition or loss of an investment over a predefined time frame, shown as a level of the investment’s initial expense.


While computing the rate of return, you are determining the level ...

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Real Asset

Real assets can be described as physical assets that have a natural value because of their substance as well as properties.

Some real assets examples would be valuable metals, commodities, real estate, land, equipment, as well as natural r ...

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Real Estate

Real estate or land is property comprised of land and the structures built on it, also the natural assets of the land that include uncultivated vegetation, cultivated crops and animals, water, and any extra mineral deposits.



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The term redemption has different uses in the finance and business world, depending on the context.

  1. In finance, redemption describes the repayment of any money market fixed-income security at or before the asset's maturity date. ...

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Renko Chart

A chart that displays changes in price level without taking into consideration the time and volume. The changes are represented by a series of small black and white bricks. The white bricks are used when market price increases and black bricks when p ...

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A resume is an a couple of page formal document that work seekers submit to HRs and job recruiters as a method of separating their work experience, academic background, and special aptitudes.

Successful resumes tempt potential businesses t ...

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Retracement (Pullback)

Temporary corrective fall / rise in a market against prevailing trend or to unwind overbought (o/b) or oversold (o/s) situation. Less dramatic than reversal. ...

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Return on Investment (ROI)

Return on Investment or ROI can be defined as a performance measure utilized in order to assess the effectiveness of an investment or contrast with the effectiveness of various investments.

Return on Investment attempts to directly quantif ...

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Rights of Accumulation

Allow investors to combine prior mutual fund purchases with current purchases in the same mutual fund or related mutual fund family to qualify for a breakpoint and obtain a lower sales charge.

A provision offered by some mutual funds that ...

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Ripple can be defined as a technology that goes about as both a digital payment network for financial exchanges as well as a cryptocurrency.

It was first announced in the year 2012 and was founded by Jed McCaleb and Chris Larsen.

T ...

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Rising Triangle

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 a ...

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Risk Tolerance

Risk tolerance is the degree of variability in investment returns that an investor is willing to withstand in their financial planning.

Risk capacity often has to do with an investor's income and financial resources.
Risk toleran ...

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Risk/Reward Ratio

The risk/reward ratio shows the reward that can be earned by an investor, for each rupee they risk on an investment.

A lot of investors and analysts turn towards the risk/reward ratio to have a comparison between the expected returns of an ...

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Rounding Bottom

A chart pattern showing gradual base formation and the turn to an uptrend. A good long-term base formation. ...

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RSI (Relative Strength Indicator) is a momentum indicator, used to determine whether a market is overbought or oversold. It is quoted on a scale of 0?100, with readings over 80 usually seen as overbought and readings under 20 seen as oversold. Its c ...

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R-squared explains to what extent the variance of one variable explains the variance of the second variable. 

Therefore, if the R2 of a model is 0.50, then approximately half of the observed variation can be explained by the model' ...

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Runaway or measuring gap

A gap that forms in the direction of an existing trend. The gap is called a measuring gap as these are seen to form midway through the eventual extent of the trend. Sector Sum Proprietary indicator based on the sum of the scores of industry group bul ...

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