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72 Rule
The 72 rule is a formula that calculates how long  more...
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Advance/Decline Line
The advance/decline line is a technical indicator used to graph  more...
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All Ordinaries
All Ordinaries or "All Ords" is the name for the  more...
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Alpha
Alpha, the first Greek alphabet letter, is also the risk-adjusted  more...
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Analyst
Although the term analyst can be associated with a broad  more...
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Annualize
To annualize is to take an item measured for a  more...
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Arithmetic Mean
The arithmetic mean of a set of two or more  more...
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Arms Index
Arms Index is a mathematic market meter designed to communicate  more...
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Ascending Bottoms
Ascending bottoms refers to a chart pattern in which the  more...
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Ascending Tops
Ascending tops is a trend of rising high points in  more...
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Asset Turnover
Asset turnover is an efficiency ratio used in financial analysis  more...
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Asset/Equity Ratio
The asset/equity ratio shows the relationship of the total assets  more...
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Back Testing
Back testing is the examination of past performance to predict  more...
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Bar Chart
A bar chart, also known as a bar graph, is  more...
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Bearish Abandoned Baby
The bearish abandoned baby is a rarely seen candlestick charting  more...
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Bearish Engulfing Pattern
The bearish engulfing pattern is a relatively simple candlestick charting  more...
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Bearish Harami
The bearish harami is a candlestick charting pattern -- it  more...
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Benchmark
A benchmark is a security or index against which the  more...
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Beta
Beta, the second Greek letter, is used by investors to  more...
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Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model
The Black-Scholes Option Pricing Model predicts an option's price given  more...
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Blow-off Top
A blow-off top refers to an extremely fast spike up  more...
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Bullish Abandoned Baby
The bullish abandoned baby is a rarely seen candlestick charting  more...
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Bullish Engulfing Pattern
The bullish engulfing pattern is a relatively simple candlestick charting  more...
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Candlestick
A candlestick is a basic unit in a candlestick chart  more...
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Candlestick Charts
Candlestick charts plot stock price data. Originated by Japanese rice  more...
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Capital Asset Pricing Model
Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is a sophisticated mathematical method  more...
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CBOE Gold Index
CBOE Gold Index stands for the Chicago Board Options Exchange  more...
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CDR Counterparty Risk Index
The CDR counterparty risk index is a measure of credit  more...
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CFA
CFA stands for Chartered Financial Analyst, a professional designation given  more...
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CFP
CFP is short for certified financial planner, which is a  more...
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Chartered Financial Analyst
A Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) is an investment professional who  more...
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Chartist
A chartist is an investor who attempts to predict market  more...
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Commodity Index
A commodity index tracks the price of various types of  more...
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Confidence Indicator
A confidence indicator gauges the optimism of a group of  more...
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Consensus Forecast
A consensus forecast aggregates the estimates of security analysts of  more...
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Consensus Recommendation
The consensus recommendation is an average of analyst ratings on  more...
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Consumer Price Index
The Consumer Price Index, also known as the CPI, is  more...
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Correlation
In statistics, correlation is an assessment of the extent of  more...
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Correlation Coefficient
A correlation coefficient is a numerical, descriptive measure of the  more...
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CPI
CPI is the common abbreviation for the Consumer Price Index,  more...
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Cumulative Dividend
A cumulative dividend is a dividend that, if the company  more...
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Cumulative Total Return
The cumulative total return on an investment is the total  more...
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Cup and Handle
A cup and handle is a technical analysis charting formation  more...
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Current Yield
Current yield is equal to a bond's annual interest payment  more...
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DAX 100
DAX 100 is the abbreviation for Deutscher Aktienindex 100, a  more...
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Dead Cat Bounce
A dead cat bounce is any sharp rise in prices  more...
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Deflator
A deflator is used to convert current dollars into dollars  more...
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Demand Curve
Demand curve is a graphic representation of the demand schedule  more...
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Demographics
Demographics is the classification of populations, especially consumers, by various  more...
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Descending Bottoms
Descending bottoms refers to a succession of lower lows in  more...
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Descending Tops
Descending tops are a series of trades with each high  more...
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Dip
A dip in the market is a decline in prices,  more...
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DJIA
The DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average), also known as the  more...
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Doji
A doji is a type of candlestick where the day's  more...
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Dollar Cost Averaging
Dollar cost averaging is long-term investment strategy in which a  more...
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Double Bottom
A double bottom is a chart pattern created when a  more...
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Double Top
Double top is a term used by technical analysts to  more...
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Dow Jones Asian Titans 50 Index
The Dow Jones Asian Titans 50 Index is an equity  more...
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Dow Jones BRIC 50 Brazil Subindex
The Dow Jones BRIC 50 Brazil Subindex is an global  more...
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Dow Jones BRIC 50 China Subindex
The Dow Jones BRIC 50 China Subindex is an international  more...
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Dow Jones BRIC 50 Index
The Dow Jones BRIC 50 Index is an international free-float  more...
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Dow Jones BRIC 50 India Subindex
The Dow Jones BRIC 50 India Subindex is an global  more...
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Dow Jones CBOT Treasury Index
The Dow Jones CBOT Treasury Index is a fixed-income index.  more...
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Dow Jones Composite Average
The Dow Jones Composite Average is a combination of the  more...
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Dow Jones Composite Index
The Dow Jones Composite Index is a stock market index  more...
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Dow Jones EURO STOXX 50
The Dow Jones EURO STOXX 50 Index is an equity  more...
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Dow Jones Global Titans 50 Index
The Dow Jones Global Titans 50 Index is a worldwide  more...
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Dow Jones Industrial Average
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the, if  more...
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Dow Jones STOXX Global 1800 REITs Index
The Dow Jones STOXX Global 1800 REITs Index is a  more...
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Dow Jones Transportation Average
The Dow Jones Transportation Average is the oldest of all  more...
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Dow Jones Utility Average
The Dow Jones Utility Average was created after the Dow  more...
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Downside Risk
Downside risk includes both the likelihood and extent to which  more...
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Downtrend
A downtrend refers to declining prices. A downtrend can  more...
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Dragonfly Doji
A dragonfly doji is a variation on the doji candlestick  more...
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EAFE Index
The EAFE Index measures the overall performance of equities in  more...
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Elliott Wave Theory
Elliott Wave Theory was developed by Ralph Nelson Elliott in  more...
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Employment Cost Index
The Employment Cost Index, or ECI, is a quantitative measure  more...
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Evening Star
An evening star is a candlestick trading pattern that traders  more...
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Exponential Moving Average
An exponential moving average is a more complicated form of  more...
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Financial Analyst
Financial analyst is a finance professional who studies and reports  more...
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Flat Yield Curve
A flat yield curve has a small spread between short  more...
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Forward PE
Forward PE means forward price-to-earnings ratio. Forward PE is  more...
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FTSE
The FTSE Group (pronounced "footsie") computes tens of thousands of  more...
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GDP Implicit Price Deflator
The GDP implicit price deflator measures the level of price  more...
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Goldman Sachs Commodity Index
The Goldman Sachs Commodity Index, now known as the S&P  more...
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Gravestone Doji
A gravestone doji is a variation on the doji candlestick  more...
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Harami Cross
A harami cross is a candlestick charting pattern that can  more...
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Head And Shoulders Pattern
A head and shoulders pattern is a technical analysis charting  more...
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Histogram
A histogram is a graph that shows how many times  more...
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Historical Data
Historical data is information about a company's past, such as  more...
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Historical Trading Range
The historical trading range is the lowest and highest price  more...
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Implied Volatility
The implied volatility of an asset is an estimate of  more...
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Index
An index is a hypothetical basket of securities or economic  more...
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Index Fund
An index fund is a portfolio of assets with allocation  more...
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Indicated Yield
The indicated yield is the indicated dividend for a share  more...
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Indicator
Indicators are used by market timers to try and divine  more...
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Inflation Rate
The inflation rate is the increase in prices for a  more...
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Inflation-Indexed Security
An inflation-indexed security is a stock or bond whose return  more...
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Inside Day
An inside day is a day in which a stock's  more...
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Intrinsic Value
The actual value of a security, as opposed to its  more...
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Inverse Head And Shoulders
An inverse head and shoulders is a technical analysis charting  more...
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Inverted Yield Curve
An inverted yield curve is one where the most long-term  more...
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Investment Newsletter
An investment newsletter is a publication designed to help investors  more...
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Investment Philosophy
Investment philosophy is a general approach that directs the decisions  more...
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Investment Return
Investment return is the change in value of the investment  more...
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January Barometer
The January Barometer is a theory that states that if  more...
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Jarrow Turnbull Model
The Jarrow Turnbull Model is a model used to analyze  more...
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Jennifer Lopez - J. Lo
Jennifer Lopez - J. Lo is a slang term used  more...
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JIC
JIC, which stands for "just in case," is a strategy  more...
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Joseph Effect
The Joseph Effect is the idea that movements over time  more...
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Keltner Channel
The Keltner channel is a market analysis indicator that measures  more...
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Key Rate Duration
Key rate duration measures portfolio sensitivity or security sensitivity.  more...
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Klinger Oscillator
The Klinger Oscillator is a market analysis indicator that that  more...
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Kondratiev Wave
Russian economist Nikolai Kondratiev theorized that capitalist economies move in  more...
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Kurtosis
Kurtosis, of Greek origin meaning "bulging" or "swelling", is a  more...
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Laffer Curve
The Laffer Curve is a mathematical shape that shows the  more...
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Lagging Indicator
A lagging indicator is an economic statistic that changes after  more...
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Law of Large Numbers
The law of large numbers is a law of probability  more...
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Leading Indicator
A leading indicator is a statistic that predicts trends in  more...
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Linear Regression
In statistics, linear regression is a technique for estimating the  more...
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Look-Ahead Bias
Look-ahead bias is use of information outside the time frame  more...
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MACD
MACD, which stands for Moving Average Convergence Divergence, is a  more...
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Misery Index
The misery index is the unemployment rate plus the inflation  more...
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Modern Portfolio Theory
Introduced by Nobel Prize winner Harry Markowitz in the 1950s,  more...
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Momentum Indicator
A momentum indicator is a technical analysis indicator that attempts  more...
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Money Flow
Money flow is a tool used by technical analysts to  more...
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Monte Carlo
Monte Carlo methods are numerical techniques used for solving complex  more...
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Morning Star
A morning star is a candlestick charting pattern that traders  more...
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Nasdaq 100 Index
The Nasdaq 100 Index is an index representing the top  more...
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Nasdaq Composite Index
Launched in 1971, the NASDAQ Composite Index is based on  more...
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Normal Yield Curve
The normal yield curve is a yield curve with interest  more...
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October Effect
The October effect is a theory that stocks decline during  more...
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One Time Charge
A one time charge is a charge against earnings that  more...
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Overbought/Oversold Indicator
An overbought/oversold indicator is a type of indicator which seeks  more...
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PEG Ratio
The PEG ratio is a formula used to estimate a  more...
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Point-and Chart
A point-and-figure chart shows filtered price movements of a stock  more...
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Price Gap
A price gap is simply an area within a particular  more...
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Quant
On Wall Street, a quant is an expert in quantitative  more...
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Quantitative Analysis
Quantitative analysis is a process of disseminating financial data in  more...
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Range-Bound Trading
Range-bound trading is a purely technical method of predicting a  more...
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Red Candlestick
A red candlestick is used on a candlestick chart to  more...
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Rising Three Methods
The rising three methods is a bullish candlestick charting pattern  more...
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Russell 2000
The Russell 2000 is a stock-market index measuring the performance  more...
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Russell 2000 Index
The Russell 2000 index is a market capitalization-weighted index comprised  more...
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Russell 3000
The Russell 3000 is an index calculated by ranking all  more...
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Russell Top 50 Index
The Russell Top 50 Index is an a large cap  more...
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S&P 1500 Index
The S&P 1500 Index is a broad equity index. The  more...
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S&P 400 Index
The S&P 400 Index is an equity index representing 400  more...
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S&P 500 Index
The S&P 500 Index is a well known and followed  more...
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S&P 600 Index
The S&P 600 Index is an equity index representing 600  more...
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S&P Global 1200 Index
The S&P Global 1200 Index is a worldwide equity index  more...
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Senkou Span B
While it can be used as a stand-alone tool, the  more...
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Shadow
In candlestick charting, a shadow is a line on a  more...
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Short Interest Ratio
Short interest ratio is a metric that reveals positive or  more...
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Sideways Trend
When the price of a stock moves neither steadily upward  more...
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Signal Line
A signal line is a term commonly encountered in technical  more...
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Skewness
Skewness is a descriptive statistic that is used in analyzing  more...
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SOX Index
The SOX Index represents the symbol of the Philadelphia Stock  more...
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Spinning Top
A spinning top is a type of candlestick on a  more...
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Spread
Spread can mean several different things to investors, depending on  more...
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Star
In candlestick charting, a star refers to a small-bodied candle  more...
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STIX
STIX is a technical indicator. STIX stands for Short  more...
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Stock Market Analysis
A stock market analysis is an evaluation of the market  more...
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Stock Market Breadth
Stock market breadth is a tally of how many stocks  more...
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Stock Market Index
A stock market index is a hypothetical basket of securities  more...
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Stock Market Letter
A stock market letter is a term used to describe  more...
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Stock Market Timer
A stock market timer attempts to profit by predicting the  more...
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Stock Screening
Stock screening is the process of finding stocks that meets  more...
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Technical Analysis
Technical Analysis is a method of forecasting prices of stocks,  more...
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Technical Analyst
A technical analyst believes that prices move in predictable patterns,  more...
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Technical Indicator
A technical indicator is a series of values derived (i.e.  more...
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TED Spread
A TED spread is a yield spread. On any  more...
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Three Black Crows
Three black crows is a candlestick charting pattern used in  more...
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Three White Soldiers
In technical analysis, three white soldiers is a candlestick charting  more...
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Timing the Market
An investor who is timing the market attempts to increase  more...
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Trailing PE
A trailing PE is a price-earnings ratio based on the  more...
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Trendline
A trendline is a straight line connecting multiple points on  more...
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Triple Bottom
The triple bottom is a technical analysis pattern that signals  more...
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Triple Top
A triple top is a price pattern used by technical  more...
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Universe of Securities
Universe of securities refers to a group of stocks that  more...
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US Dollar Index
The US Dollar Index is an index that measures the  more...
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Valuation
Valuation is the attempt to determine whether a stock is  more...
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Variance
Variance is a measure of volatility. Variance is calculated as  more...
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VIX
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Volatility
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Volatility Ratio
The volatility ratio is an indicator developed by Jack D.  more...
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Volume
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Weighted Alpha
Weighted alpha is a measure of stock price movements over  more...
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Whipsaw
Whipsaw refers to the rapid movement of stock prices, either  more...
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White Candlestick
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Wilshire 5000
The Wilshire 5000 Index was created by Wilshire Associates in  more...
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XAU Index
The XAU Index represents the symbol of the Philadelphia Gold  more...
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XOI Index
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Yardstick
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