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  1. Senior Registered Options Principal (SROP)

    A senior registered options principal is an officer or partner of an options trading firm, who supervises options exposure ...
  2. Capital Strike

    A capital strike is the refusal of businesses to invest in a particular sector of the economy or in the economy as a whole.
  3. Market Performance Committee

    The Market Performance Committee consists of members and allied members of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) who monitor ...
  4. Negative Directional Indicator (-DI)

    A negative directional indicator is a component of the average directional index (ADX) that is used to measure the presence ...
  5. Common Gap

    Common gap is a price gap found on a price chart for an asset. These gaps are brought about by normal market forces and are ...
  6. Sanku (Three Gaps Pattern)

    Sanku (Three Gaps pattern) is a Japanese word for a candlestick pattern that consists of three individual gaps located within ...
  7. Head-Fake Trade

    A head-fake trade is a trade where a stock or market appears to be making a move in one direction, but then reverses course ...
  8. Star

    A star is a candlestick formation that happens when a small bodied-candle is positioned above the price range of the previous ...
  9. W-Shaped Recovery

    An economic cycle of recession and recovery that resembles a "W" in charting.
  10. Local Exchange Trading Systems

    Local exchange trading systems are locally organized economic organizations that allow members to participate in the exchange ...
  11. Operations Management

    Operations management is the administration of business practices to create the highest level of efficiency possible within ...
  12. Dull Market

    A dull market is a market where there is little activity. A dull market consists of low trading volumes and tight daily trading ...
  13. Subindex

    A subindex is a group of securities that are part of a larger class, but that are also tracked as a separate group due to ...
  14. Block Trading Facility (BTF)

    A block trading facility is a wholesale trading facility that allows traders to buy or sell large numbers of securities bilaterally, ...
  15. Sunk Cost Dilemma

    Sunk cost dilemma describes the decision of whether to stick with a project you've invested in that has not yet achieved ...
  16. Mass Index

    Mass index is a form of technical analysis that looks at the range between high and low stock prices over a period of time. ...
  17. Mobile Trading

    Mobile trading refers to the use of wireless technology in securities trading. Mobile trading allows investors to use their ...
  18. Downside Tasuki Gap

    A Downside Tasuki Gap is a candlestick formation that is commonly used to signal the continuation of the current downtrend. ...
  19. Wave

    A wave is a pattern of behavior marked by noticeable increases and decreases. They can be identified in stock price movements ...
  20. Scale Order

    A scale order is a type of order that comprises several limit orders at incrementally increasing or decreasing prices.
  21. How to Change Portfolio Management Systems

    Replacing a portfolio accounting and management system is not easy, but there comes a time when these systems no longer support ...
  22. Dual Trading

    Dual trading is when a broker simultaneously executes customer orders and places trades in his or her own account, or one ...
  23. Trading Effect

    Trading effect is the measure of performance that examines the difference in returns between a bond portfolio and a chosen ...
  24. Reaction

    A reaction is a reversal in the movement of a security's price, most often associated with a downward price movement after ...
  25. Upside Gap Two Crows

    Upside gap two crows is a bearish market reversal signal in technical analysis.
  26. Short The Basis

    Short the basis is a futures strategy in which a futures position is purchased to hedge against a future commitment to deliver ...
  27. SuperMontage

    A SuperMontage is a fully integrated order display and execution system for the trading of Nasdaq-listed securities.
  28. Today's High

    Today's high refers to a security's intraday high trading price or the highest price at which a stock traded during the course ...
  29. Speed Resistance Lines

    Speed resistance lines are a tool in technical analysis that is used for determining potential areas of support and resistance.
  30. Close Location Value (CLV)

    Close location value is a measure used in technical analysis to determine where the price of the asset closes relative to ...
  31. Investing Fads

    Investing fads are current popular trends that relate to investments, normally characterized by a excessive enthusiasm for ...
  32. Bid Tick

    A bid tick is an indication of whether the latest bid price is higher, lower or the same as the previous bid.
  33. Setup Price

    A setup price is a predetermined point of entry into a specific security. Once a setup price is breached, the trader will ...
  34. Horizontal Channel

    Horizontal channels are trend lines that connect variable pivot highs and lows to show the price contained between resistance ...
  35. Speculative Company

    A speculative company has a significant percentage of its assets tied up in projects with uncertain returns.
  36. Mixed Lot

    A mixed lot is a type of order for a number of securities that is not a round (or whole) lot order amount.
  37. Holding The Market

    Holding the market is the practice of placing active or pending orders for a security when the price is dropping fast in ...
  38. Currency Trading Software

    Currency trading software helps currency traders with forex trading analysis and the execution of trades.
  39. Record High

    A record high is the highest historical price level reached by a security, commodity or index during trading.
  40. Lemming

    A lemming refers to the act of an investor following the crowd into an investment, without doing research themselves; this ...
  41. Discounting Mechanism

    Discounting mechanism is the premise that the stock market takes into account all available information and present and potential ...
  42. Financial Porn

    Financial porn is a slang term used to describe sensationalist reports of financial news and products that can cause irrational ...
  43. Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL)

    Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL) is a professional designation for individuals whose advice helps older clients ...
  44. Investment Policy Statement (IPS)

    An investment policy statement (IPS) is a document drafted between a portfolio manager and a client that outlines general ...
  45. Indian School of Business (ISB)

    Indian School of Business is an international school of business located in Hyderabad, India, offering postgraduate and post-doctoral ...
  46. Eurogroup

    Eurogroup is an informal, meeting of the finance ministers of European states that have adopted the Euro as their currency.
  47. James E. Meade

    James E. Meade was an economist who won the 1977 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for research on international trade and ...
  48. China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)

    China Europe International Business School is a school of international business located in Shanghai, China.
  49. Continuously Offered Longer-Term Securities

    Continuously Offered Longer-Term Securities are a type of bond that's been sold by the World Bank since 1989 in order to ...
  50. Limited Convertibility

    Limited convertibility refers to a situation in which government regulations prevent the free conversion of the home currency ...
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