Japanese term that refers to a candlestick pattern with three individual gaps appearing, creating a defined trend. These gaps can and may occur throughout the different days of market trading and do not need to appear consecutively. The appearance of ...Read More
Traders in the futures and options market who hold their positions for a very short time. Their aim is to make frequent, small gains. ...Read More
Security is commonly used for any form of financial instruments but the definition varies from place to place. In some places security specifically excludes financial instruments other than equities and fixed income instruments. In some places, it in ...Read More
The thin lines above and below the real body of the candlestick line on Japanese candlestick charts. They represent the extremes of the session. The lower shadow is the line under the real body. The bottom of the lower shadow is the low of the sessi ...Read More
A shareholder can be defined as an individual, organization, or establishment possesses a minimum one share of an organization's security, which is referred to as equity.
Since shareholders are basically proprietors in an organization, ...Read More
Shareholder equity (SE), also alluded to as stockholders' equity and shareholders' equity, can be defined as a company's owners' residual claim after obligations have been looked after.
Equity is equivalent to a company' ...Read More
A bearish candlestick pattern with a long upper shadow, lit?tle or no lower shadow, and a small real body near the lows of the session that arises after an uptrend. ...Read More
The buying back of a security or asset previously sold so as to close out a short position. Also known as bear covering. This takes the prices higher. ...Read More
A short squeeze occurs when investors holding short positions find that the market has not fallen as they hoped but has risen just as they have to make good on their obligation to deliver securities or a physical commodity. The sudden increase in dem ...Read More
Short-term investment is also known as temporary investment. It can be a debt or equity security which the investor can sell or convert into cash in a period of 3 to 12 months. Short-term investments are holds to earn quick returns. Two main requirem ...Read More
The Silk Route was a noteworthy exchange route that dated from the second century B.C. until the fourteenth century A.D. It extended from Asia to the Mediterranean, navigating China, India, Persia, Arabia, Greece, and Italy.
It was named t ...Read More
An indicator used by stock traders to help them track changes in the momentum of an individual stock or of the market as a whole. This is helpful in identifying both the high and low points in a stock or in the market during specific time frames. The ...Read More
A variation of the Sharpe ratio which differentiates harmful volatility from volatility in general by replacing standard deviation with downside deviation in the denominator. Thus the Sortino Ratio is calculated by subtracting the risk free rate from ...Read More
In the financial world, speculation, or speculative trading, can be defined as the act of leading a financial trade that has considerable risk of losing value but additionally holds the expectation of a critical gain or other significant value.... Read More
Nickname for candle lines with small real bodies. And long upper and lower shadows. ...Read More
The purchase of one futures contract and the simultaneous sale of another in order to take advantage of price discrepancies. ...Read More
Standard & Poor's (S&P) is a major index supplier as well as information source of autonomous credit ratings.
It is also the supplier of the mainstream S&P 500 Index and the S&P BSE Senesex. S&P was established in t ...Read More
A star is a small real body that gaps above or below a long candlestick occurring the previous day. ...Read More
An indicator with an upper and lower band around a simple moving average of an asset's price. The upper band value is the simple moving average plus the average true range while the lower band is the simple moving average minus the average true range ...Read More
Stochastic Oscillator shows the location of the latest market close in relation to the high/low range over a set number of periods. Closing levels consistently near the top of the range indicate buying pressure and those near the bottom of the range ...Read More
A tool used in technical analysis to chart movements in the Relative Strength Indicator (RSI) for a stock. The stochRSI ranges from 0 to 1. A stochRSI below 0.2 means that the relative strength indicator has dropped significantly below its normal ran ...Read More
A stock dividend can be described as the distribution of reward from a part of the organization's income and is paid to a class of its investors.
Stock Dividends are determined and overseen by the board of directors of the company, how ...Read More
Stock valuation is the process of calculating theoretical values of companies and their stocks. Stock valuation is generally used to predict future price movement of companies� shares and to make profit from these price movements. With the help of st ...Read More
Stock is a certificate of ownership in a company or corporation. It represents the claim on company’s assets and earnings. When you hold a company’s share you become the shareholder of that company. There are two types of stocks: • Common Stock ...Read More
A stop-loss order is a request placed with a broker to purchase or sell a stock when it arrives a specific price.
Stop-loss orders are intended to restrain an investor’s loss on a trade in a stock and are not the same as stop-limit o ...Read More
Swing trading can be defined as a trading style that aims to catch profits in different kinds of securities over a period of a couple days to a few weeks.
Swing traders fundamentally utilize technical method of stock analysis to search for o ...
Systematic risk is also known as non-diversifiable risk, un-diversifiable risk, market risk, or volatility. It is the part of total risk which is caused by factors that are beyond control. Systematic risk is caused by external factors and it affects ...Read More
Systemic risk is the possibility of an event at a company, entity, or group which can trigger a severe instability or can collapse the entire financial system, entire market, entire industry or economy. In the financial crisis of 2008 systemic ris ...Read More