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  1. 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 ...
  2. 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 ...
  3. Lemming

    A lemming refers to the act of an investor following the crowd into an investment, without doing research themselves; this ...
  4. Financial Therapy

    Financial therapy merges finance with emotional support to help people cope with financial stress.
  5. Securities-Based Lending

    Securities-based lending is the practice of making loans using securities as collateral.
  6. Accounting

    Accounting is the systematic and comprehensive recording of financial transactions pertaining to a business.
  1. 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 ...
  2. Speed Resistance Lines

    Speed resistance lines are a tool in technical analysis that is used for determining potential areas of support and resistance.
  3. 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 ...
  4. Exchange-Traded Commodity (ETC)

    An exchange-traded commodity (ETC) gives traders and investors exposure to commodities (called the underlying) in the form ...
  5. Investing Fads

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

    A bid tick is an indication of whether the latest bid price is higher, lower or the same as the previous bid.
  1. Motor Vehicle Sales

    Motor vehicle sales is the number of domestically produced units of cars, SUVs, mini-vans and light trucks that are sold. ...
  2. Automated Confirmation Transaction Service - ACT

    Automated Confirmation Transaction Service (ACTA) is an automated system designed to document and report the clearing of ...
  3. Speed Resistance Lines

    Speed resistance lines are a tool in technical analysis that is used for determining potential areas of support and resistance.
  4. Checking Account

    A checking account is a deposit account at a financial institution that allows withdrawals and deposits.
  5. Investing Fads

    Investing fads are current popular trends that relate to investments, normally characterized by a excessive enthusiasm for ...
  6. Horizontal Channel

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

    A strangle is an options strategy involving a call and put with different strike prices but with the same maturity and underlying ...
  2. Long Jelly Roll

    A long jelly roll is an option strategy that aims to profit from a time value spread through the sale and purchase of two ...
  3. Renewal Option

    A renewal option is a clause in a financial agreement that outlines the terms for renewing or extending an original agreement. ...
  4. 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 ...
  5. Speed Resistance Lines

    Speed resistance lines are a tool in technical analysis that is used for determining potential areas of support and resistance.
  6. 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 ...
  1. Hedge Fund Voce's Nominees Elected to Natus Board

    Natus Medical Inc said on Friday its stockholders had elected hedge fund Voce Capital Management's nominees to the company's ...
  2. Saudi Insurance Stocks Soar as Ban on Female Drivers Is Lifted

    Saudi insurers posted significant gains on Sunday, on hopes that insurance volumes will rise as women began driving in Saudi ...
  3. Waiting for Peter Thiel: Big Tech Directors Miss Shareholder Meetings

    Some small investors who want to give a piece of their minds to big tech company directors are losing their only chance: ...
  4. Gold Price Forecast: Sellers Remain in Control, Limited Losses Only

    Gold's inability to gain significant defensive support when risk appetite deteriorated is likely to maintain an underlying ...
  5. Investment Bank China Renaissance Seeks Up to $800 Mln in IPO -Sources

    By Julie Zhu and Fiona Lau
  6. 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 ...
  1. Hedge Fund Voce's Nominees Elected to Natus Board

    Natus Medical Inc said on Friday its stockholders had elected hedge fund Voce Capital Management's nominees to the company's ...
  2. Saudi Insurance Stocks Soar as Ban on Female Drivers Is Lifted

    Saudi insurers posted significant gains on Sunday, on hopes that insurance volumes will rise as women began driving in Saudi ...
  3. Waiting for Peter Thiel: Big Tech Directors Miss Shareholder Meetings

    Some small investors who want to give a piece of their minds to big tech company directors are losing their only chance: ...
  4. Investment Bank China Renaissance Seeks Up to $800 Mln in IPO -Sources

    By Julie Zhu and Fiona Lau
  5. 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 ...
  6. Speed Resistance Lines

    Speed resistance lines are a tool in technical analysis that is used for determining potential areas of support and resistance.
  1. 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 ...
  2. Investing Fads

    Investing fads are current popular trends that relate to investments, normally characterized by a excessive enthusiasm for ...
  3. Horizontal Channel

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

    A speculative company has a significant percentage of its assets tied up in projects with uncertain returns.
  5. 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.
  6. Record High

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

    A collaborative economy is a marketplace where consumers rely on each other instead of large companies to meet their wants ...
  2. Checking Account

    A checking account is a deposit account at a financial institution that allows withdrawals and deposits.
  3. Regtech

    Regtech is a blend word of 'regulatory technology' that was created to address regulatory challenges in financial services ...
  4. Insurtech

    Insurtech refers to the use of technology innovations designed to squeeze out savings and efficiency from the current insurance ...
  5. Customer Information File (CIF)

    A Customer Information File (CIF) is a computerized file that stores all pertinent information about a bank customer's personal ...
  6. Customer

    A customer is an individual or business that purchases the goods or services produced by a business.
Hot Definitions
  1. Gross Margin

    A company's total sales revenue minus its cost of goods sold, divided by the total sales revenue, expressed as a percentage. ...
  2. Inflation

    Inflation is the rate at which prices for goods and services is rising and the worth of currency is dropping.
  3. Discount Rate

    Discount rate is the interest rate charged to commercial banks and other depository institutions for loans received from ...
  4. Economies of Scale

    Economies of scale refer to reduced costs per unit that arise from increased total output of a product. For example, a larger ...
  5. Quick Ratio

    The quick ratio measures a company’s ability to meet its short-term obligations with its most liquid assets.
  6. Leverage

    Leverage results from using borrowed capital as a source of funding when investing to expand the firm's asset base and generate ...
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