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  1. The DOL Fiduciary Rule Explained

    The Department of Labor (DOL) fiduciary rule expanded the “investment advice fiduciary” definition under the Employee Retirement ...
  2. What Trends Should You Be Concerned About?

    With 2018 halfway over and market and geopolitical events driving anxiety, these are the themes that should really be on ...
  3. Advisors: What Does Your Future Hold?

    Advisors who can adapt and incorporate new technologies will position themselves for success. Those who don’t will be left ...
  4. Dual Trading

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

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

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

    Upside gap two crows is a bearish market reversal signal in technical analysis.
  8. 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 ...
  9. SuperMontage

    A SuperMontage is a fully integrated order display and execution system for the trading of Nasdaq-listed securities.
  10. 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 ...
  11. Speed Resistance Lines

    Speed resistance lines are a tool in technical analysis that is used for determining potential areas of support and resistance.
  12. 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 ...
  13. Investing Fads

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

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

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

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

    A speculative company has a significant percentage of its assets tied up in projects with uncertain returns.
  18. 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.
  19. 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 ...
  20. Currency Trading Software

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

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

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

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

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

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

    An investment policy statement (IPS) is a document drafted between a portfolio manager and a client that outlines general ...
  27. Investment Advisor

    An investment advisor is any person or group that makes investment recommendations or conducts securities analysis in return ...
  28. Indian School of Business (ISB)

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

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

    James E. Meade was an economist who won the 1977 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for research on international trade and ...
  31. RIAs Use Tech to Solve Small Business Woes

    The jump from working at a large institution to operating independently is easier because of technology that streamlines ...
  32. China Europe International Business School (CEIBS)

    China Europe International Business School is a school of international business located in Shanghai, China.
  33. 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 ...
  34. All-in-on (AIO) PC

    All-in-one PCs (AIO PCs) are desktop computers that integrate in one product all of the components of a computer except for ...
  35. Pass Your CFA Exams on the First Try

    Less than 20% of those who begin the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation reach the end. Become one of the elite ...
  36. Limited Convertibility

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

    Sprexit, or SPanish euRo exit, is the possible case of Spain leaving the euro common currency and re-establishing its own ...
  38. Montreal Exchange

    The Montreal Exchange is a Canadian derivatives exchange for stock options, interest rate futures and options, as well as ...
  39. Country Basket

    A country basket is a selection of countries that are grouped together in order to provide insight into the effect of changing ...
  40. Kakaku Yusen

    Kakaku Yusen is a pricing system used by the Tokyo Stock Exchange that gives priority to lower-priced trades over a higher-priced ...
  41. Kenneth Arrow

    Kenneth Arrow was an American economist who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1972 for his work in general equilibrium ...
  42. Canadian Capital Markets Association (CCMA)

    The Canadian Capital Markets Association was created to analyze issues arising in the Canadian and international capital ...
  43. FAs Should Factor Clients Into Succession Plans

    Financial advisory firms are finally taking succession planning seriously. Here's how.
  44. Advisors Falling Short on Succession Planning

    A Fidelity study reveals that many advisors have not taken steps to implement a clear succession plan.
  45. So, You Want to Earn Your CFA?

    Earning the CFA designation is a grueling process, so before you commit, consider what it takes to earn it and how it will ...
  46. National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD)

    The National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) was a self-regulatory organization of the securities industry and a ...
  47. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA)

    The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) is a regulatory body charged with governing business between brokers, ...
  48. Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA)

    Canadian Securities Administrators is a collective forum composed of all the provincial and territorial securities regulators ...
  49. National Australia Bank (NAB)

    The National Australia Bank is one of the major banking entities in Australia. It provides a wide range of financial services.
  50. Anatolian Tiger

    Anatolian Tiger is a colloquial term that refers to several cities in central Turkey whose industrial strength has resulted ...
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