We offer you in this paragraph all about forex trader terminology may miss the meaning of his mind to recognize this world, dazzling and attractive.
Accrual: apportion bonuses, discounts, calculated on the futures trading of foreign exchange and directly related to barter transactions and contracts to the amounts deposited (arbitrage between interest rates) during the period specified for each contract or transaction.
Adjustment: is a formal procedure is usually done either through a change in the internal economic policies to correct the imbalance in the balance of payments or in the official price of the currency.
Appreciation: It is said that the currency has been evaluated or have been re-evaluated when the price rises in response to market demand.
Arbitrage: means the purchase or sale contract, and at the same time and simultaneously, any deal has an equal and counter to the original contract in a market-related and to take advantage of small price differentials between markets.
Ask (Offer) Price: The price at which he has preferred to sell the market a particular currency on the basis of a decade of foreign exchange contracts or contracts the counter When this price can be for a trader to buy the base currency, is showing the price on the right side of list screen of exchange rates, for example, if the price for a given pair USD / CHF (U.S. Dollar / Swiss franc), the price of 1.4527/32 the request is 1.4532, which means that you can buy one dollar from the U.S. dollar against 1.4532 Swiss francs.
At Best: instructions given to the broker that buys or sells the best price can be obtained.
At or Better: trading is the conclusion of the deal at a specified price or at a price better than him.
Balance of Trade: is the value of a country's exports minus its imports.
Bar Chart: is that the quality of the schemes, which consists of four important points of significance: higher prices and lower prices, which constitute the bar vertical, and the opening price expressed in horizontal line short on the left of the bar, and the closing price expressed in a horizontal line short on the right of the bar.
Base Currency: Currency is the first in a "pair of currencies", which shows how much the base currency is equal to the (value) as measured against the second currency, for example, if the price of USD / CHF (U.S. dollar - for - Swiss Franc) is equal to 1.6215, the value of the U.S. dollar if one equivalent to 1.6215 Swiss francs, and in the foreign exchange markets is often considered the U.S. dollar is the currency of "core" in the lists of prices, currency or measured by exchange rates and this means that the prices set for the currencies of lists of prices expressed as a unit of $ 1 (One U.S. dollar) denominated in a currency other than the currency pair, and the basic exceptions to this rule are: the British pound, euro and Australian dollar.
Bear Market: is the market characterized by falling prices.
Bid Price: The price at which he has preferred to buy the market a particular currency under a contract of foreign exchange contracts or of contracts for the counter currency, when that price, the trader can sell the base currency, and shows that price on the left side of the menu screen of currency rates, For For example, if the price for a given pair USD / CHF (U.S. Dollar / Swiss franc) 1.4527/32 1.4527 is the offer price, and this means that you can sell one U.S. dollar for 1.4527 Swiss francs.
Bid / Ask Spread: The difference between the market price is supply and demand.
Big Figure: the first two or three in the rate or the rate of foreign exchange, and examples of this: that if the rate request / offer for the pair USD / JPY (U.S. dollar - against - Japanese Yen) is 115.27/32 shall be "the last number in the Decimals" is 115, and if the price of EUR / USD (euro / U.S. dollar) is 1.2855/58 shall be "the last number in the Decimals" is 1.28 and in many cases, delete "the last number in the Decimals "from the list prices of agents, so we find that the price of EUR / USD 1.2855/58 who is given orally at" 55/58. "
Broker: A person or company that acts as an intermediary bringing together buyers and sellers in return for a fee or fees or commission, by contrast, we find that the "broker" the (deposit) of capital and supports one of the centers in the hope of obtaining a gain fare difference price (profit) through the liquidation of the Centre in trading later with another party.
"Bretton Woods" Bretton Woods Agreement of 1944: is the agreement that established fixed prices for foreign exchange for major currencies, and identified provisions and conditions that govern interventions, the central bank in the currency markets, and fixed the price of gold at $ 35 U.S. per ounce, and continued to the present Convention until 1971, when President Nixon abolished the U.S., and has installed a floating exchange rate for major currencies.
British Retail Consortium (BRC) Shop Price Index: is the index, which measures the rate of inflation at different retailers who have been counted and examined, he looks only to the changes in the prices of goods and products that be purchased at retail outlets.
Bull Market: It is the market characterized by rising prices.
Bundesbank: German is the central bank.
Cable: is a term of terms in circulation among traders refer to the exchange rate (sterling / dollar), has called this term because the price was originally moved by cable Kplip spread across the Atlantic Ocean at the beginning of the mid-1800
Canadian Ivey Purchasing Managers (CIPM) Index): is a measure of the standard monthly mercantilism of the Canadian College of "Richard Ivey" of trade.
Candlestick Chart: is a chart that shows the trading range over the day, and also the opening price and closing price, if the opening price is higher than the closing price, the rectangle is located between the two rates appear shaded (ie low price), but if the closing price is Top of the opening price, this area of the chart is not shaded.
Carry Trade: This term refers to selling of currencies at low interest rate so that this sale simultaneously with the purchase of currencies at a higher interest, and examples of the cross-currency with the Japanese Yen JPY such as GBP / JPY (British Pound - versus - Japanese yen), and NZD / JPY (New Zealand dollar / Japanese yen).
Cash Market: is the market in the case of the actual financial instrument on which the trade futures contracts, options contracts or term.
Central Bank: the organization is governmental or quasi-governmental organizations in the country to manage the monetary policy of this country, for example: find the Central Bank of the United States of America is the Fed, the central bank is the German Federal Bank (Bank of Bands).
Chartist: A person who uses charts and tables and graphs, and the interpretation and the interpretation of historical data in order to reach the trends that enable it to predict future trends and movements, and also released on a technical analyst, "Technical Trader.
Cleared Funds: funds are available without restrictions, which are sent to the settlement of the transaction.
Closed Position: The cases of exposure to risk of loss in foreign currency which no longer exist, as the process of closing the center is the process by which to buy or sell a specific amount of currency to make the equation through which the balance and parity with the financial value of the center open and this will lead to "settle" the center.
Clearing: the process of settling the trade.
Contagion: is the portability of economic crisis to spread and move from one market to another, in 1997 resulted in political instability in Indonesia to the volatility of acute local currency, the rupiah, began to infection such volatility spread so hit other Asian currencies arising, and then later moved to Latin America, and became known as the "Asian contagion".
Collateral: meant anything given as security for a loan or to implement the commitments.
Commission: transaction fees, which are obtained by the agents.
Construction Spending: that is measured and estimated monthly expenditures for new construction and are permitted by the "Department of Statistics and the Census" of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Contract: is the standard unit of trading.
Counter Currency: Currency is the other between a pair of currencies included in the list of currency pairs.
Counterparty: it is a party of parties involved in a financial transaction.
Country Risk: is the risk associated with transactions conducted through the States and which is, for example, and not exclusively in terms of legal and political situations.
Cross Currency Pairs: currency pair which does not include the U.S. dollar, such as: EUR / JPY (euro - against - the Japanese yen), or GBP / CHF (British Pound - as opposed to - the Swiss franc).
AUD = Australian Dollar
CAD = Canadian Dollar
EUR = Euro
JPY = Japanese Yen
GBP = British Pound
CHF = Swiss franc
Currency: Any form of money issued by governments or central banks and used as legal tender and the key element in trading.
Currency Pair: The two currencies, which together form the foreign exchange rate, such as EUR / USD (euro / dollar).
Risk associated with currency Currency Risk: is the probability of a change in a negative anti-exchange rate.
Current Account: The amount represents the balance of trade (exports of goods and services minus imports), and the coefficient of net income (such as interest, and coupons stock "dividends"), and net transfer payments (such as foreign aid), and as usual, the balance Trade is the main component in the current account.
Day Trader: Speculators who take positions in the trading of commodities and goods are then converted to cash before your closing date the same day of the transaction.
Dealer: A person or company that works as a (genuine) a trader who buys and sells for his own account or the other party in the transaction, and the original is the one who supports the center of his hope of obtaining a gain from the spread (profit) through the liquidation of the Centre in trading later with another party, on the contrary, we find that the "broker" is an individual or company that acts as an intermediary bringing together buyers and sellers for a fee or commission.
Deficit: is the trade balance or negative balance of payments.
Delivery: foreign exchange trading is where the parties actual delivery and receipt of currency exchange that was traded.
Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) UK House Prices: is a monthly report, a survey offered by the Ministry British DCLG based on the examination sample a wide range of all home sales Completed construction in order to measure the price trends in the real estate market in the United Kingdom.
Depreciation: is the decline in the value of currency exchange by market forces.
Derivative: change value of the contract with regard to price movements of any of the basic guarantees or warranties associated with (the deal), or any tool material existing or future, and the most common derivative instruments are the "options-term contracts."
Reduce the value of Devaluation: modify the exchange rate by reducing it deliberately and thoughtfully, and is usually done under a formal declaration.
Discount Rate: is the interest rate that is required by the financial institution the applicant has a decent bear for borrowed money short-term "Federal Reserve Bank" directly.
Economic Indicator: Governments issued statistics showing the current economic situation in terms of growth and stability, and general indicators include: employment rates and "gross domestic product GDP" and inflation and retail sales and other indicators.
End Of Day Order (EOD): is a purchase or sell at a specified price, and this remains a matter open until the end of the trading day as is usual in the five o'clock pm EST.
EURO: a currency of "European Monetary Union" (EMU), which came to replace the "European Monetary Unit" (ECU).
(European Central Bank (ECB): The Central Bank on the "EMU" new.
(Eurozone Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Leading
Indicator: is the index, released by the Organization OECD monthly measure of economic prosperity in a comprehensive overall through the combination of Ten of the main leading indicators include: average weekly hours, new orders, consumer expectations, and housing permits, and the prices of securities and interest rate differentials and the gross profit from them.
Eurozone Labor Cost Index: is the index, which measures the rate of annual inflation, calculated on the periods during the year, in respect of compensation, bonuses, benefits and subsidies paid to employees of civilians as this rate is seen as the primary engine of inflation as a whole.
Factory Orders: determines the level of the dollar on new applications for durable goods and non-durable (consumer), and this report will be deeper than the durable goods report issued earlier in the month.
Federal Reserve banks (Federal Reserve (Fed): The Central Bank of the United States of America.
(First In First Out (FIFO): close open positions in accordance with the accounting standard known as the "Alvivo FIFO", where it is the liquidation of all open positions for a pair a specific currency pairs, according to the order in which it is to open these centers .
Flat / square: this term is a terminology jargon for currency traders who use it to describe the center, which is converted track inversely fully, in the sense that, for example, if you have purchased 500.000 U.S. dollars and then you sell 500.000 dollars doing so, you have established a center neutral (without interest).
Foreign Exchange: Forex market means that the simultaneous buying of one currency from the currency and selling another currency at the same time.
Forward: exchange-rate decision in advance of the contracted foreign exchange contracts which is determined by a future date in the future, on the basis of the difference in interest rate between both currencies concerned in any of these contracts.
Forward Points: Points are added to or raised from the current exchange rate in order to calculate the forward price.
French Central Government Balance: is the difference between income and monthly expenditure of the central government.
Fundamental Analysis : is the analysis of economic and political information in order to identify and report trends and future changes in the financial market.
Futures contracts :(contracts to buy or sell at fixed prices, at a specified future date Futures Contract:
Obligation and commitment that are exchanged the benefit of a particular tool at a specified price at a future date in the future, and we find that the essential difference between the "future" and "forward" is that "futures" are as is typical of contracts traded through the stock exchange (relations and contacts ... . etc), unlike the case in "futures" which are contracts and transactions "and the OTC" (OTC), as the OTC is any contract which is not trading in the stock market.
FX: foreign exchange market
Group of Seven (G7): are of Seven leading industrialized nations: the United States, Germany, Japan, France, United Kingdom, Canada, Italy.
Going Long : purchase of securities, or commodities, or currency for investment or for speculation there.
Going Short : is the sale of currency or financial instrument is owned by the Seller.
Gold Certificate: a certificate of ownership is to demonstrate that gold investors who buy and sell goods, rather than dealing with the storage, and less ownership of gold ore itself.
Gold Contract : standard unit of trading in gold is a contract equal to 10 ounces by weight Altroysi (a series of units to the weight of gems and precious metals).
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) : Total value of production or income or gross expenditure within the natural limits of a country.
National Product: is the total gross domestic product plus income from investment or work outside the country's borders.
(Good 'Til Cancelled Order (GTC): is a purchase or sell at a specified price and remains open until it is executed or until the client to rescind it.
Hedge: is the center or a group composed of the centers that are working to reduce the risk inherent in your position first.
"Hit the bid": when you accept the purchase request, or acceptance of the sale at the show.
Industrial Production : measures the total value produced by the manufacturer, whether the production of mines or public facilities, as these data have reacted swiftly to the growth and contraction in the course of commercial activity, and therefore these data can serve as a key indicator of the measurement of employment and per capita income .
Inflation: is the economic situation under which the rise in the prices of consumer goods, leading to erosion of purchasing power.
Initial Margin: is the additional security deposit is required initially to conclude the deal in order to ensure the implementation of the contract in the future.
Interbank Rates : are foreign exchange rates given by major international banks to their counterparts from the banks.
Intervention: intended intervention of central banks to influence the value of their currencies by entering the market, and systematic interference due to a number of central banks to take the necessary action to control prices of foreign exchange.
Introducing Broker: A person or company that you enter accounts to FOREX.com for a fee.
ISM Manufacturing Index: is the index which assesses the development manufacturing sector in the United States, through the supervision of the executive bodies of the survey about the future prospects for each of the production of new orders and inventories, employment and the delivery of goods and in general the values over 50 indicate growth and expansion , while values below 50 indicate contraction.
ISM Non-Manufacturing : is the index, which assesses companies and facilities services sector in terms of evidence and future prospects, as the importance of this sector as it accounts for 80% of the U.S. economy is the largest proportion remaining that are not covered by the report of the index ISM for the manufacturing sector and in In general, values greater than 50 indicates growth and expansion, while values below 50 indicate contraction.
Japanese Economy Watchers Survey : Measures the case of professions that serve consumers directly, such as the profession of Garson and the driver and workers in beauty parlor and we find that the figures in excess of generally figure 50 indicate improvement in the trends of these professions, as felt by the poster.
Japanese Machine Tool Orders : measures the total value of new applications submitted for the purchase of machinery mechanical aid, as such requests purchasing power is a measure to gauge the demand for machinery huge that manufacture and forming machines and a leading indicator of future industrial production and, in general The data confirmed and huge numbers to continuous improvement in manufacturing and the economy thus undergoing growth and expansion.
Kiwi : toddler is a general name for the New Zealand dollar.
Leading Indicators : Statistics that are being considered and studied well to predict future economic activity.
Leverage : It is also called "margin" (margin), the ratio of the amount spent in transaction to the value of the security deposit required.
LIBOR : is the acronym of the phrase means the prevailing interest rate between banks in London and used by banks when borrowing from another bank.
Limit order : is restricted conditions on the upper limit of the price that must be paid or the minimum price that must be prosecuted by, and as an example, that if the current price of the U.S. dollar - as opposed to - the Japanese yen is 117.00/05, the "It marginal" (limit order profit) to buy the U.S. dollar would be at a price of less than 102 (that is, it will be 116.50).
Liquidation : means closing an existing position through the implementation of the equation.
Liquidity : the market means the ability to accept large-scale circulation and the size of "big deals" with minimal impact on the degree of stability and price stability.
Long position : center or the deal is that rise in value if market prices, when buying the base currency is contained within a pair of currencies, it is called the center or the deal "buy."
Lot : is a measure of the amount or the amount of the transaction "contract" which is the amount that is always equal to an integer from Allotat.
Manufacturing Production : measures the total output of the manufacturing industries of the numbers achieved in the industrial production These data do not measure only the production of sub-sectors only, which has 13 sector directly related to manufacturing, manufacturing accounts for nearly 80% of the total industrial production .
Margin : the amount the investor shall have to deposit as collateral on the deal.
Margin Call: A request from a broker or broker Forex providing additional funds or any other collateral to ensure the implementation, ie, to cover the center, which tends to the disadvantage of the client.
Market Maker : that the broker Forex rates on a regular basis to give the request "Alipid" and width "ischial" so be ready to create a dual market to take advantage of any financial instrument.
Market Risk : Exposure to changes in market prices.
Mark-to-Market : is the process of re-evaluating all open positions at prevailing market prices, and these new values are determined by then the margin requirements.
Maturity: the date of payment or the expiry of the financial instrument (the contract).
Net Position: is the value of the currency was bought or sold, and which have not yet been made by a process equivalent deals counterproductive.
Offer (ask): is the price at which a forex broker is prepared to sell the currency, you can refer to a term that has been described previously titled [the asking price (ischial)].
Offsetting transaction : is the process of barter under which the cancellation of some or all of the market risk associated with the center open, or is a process of drawing with these risks.
One Cancels the Other Order (OCO): the sense that there are two of the commands that, if the implementation of one of the other is canceled automatically.
Open position : is the command that is executed when the market moves to the specified price, usually have this command in conjunction with "the command list until cancellation" (GTC).
Open order : is the active trading offset by profits and unrealized losses, which does not take place by the process equation with the inverse equation of a deal.
Over the Counter (OTC): is a term used to describe any trade deal is not made from the Stock Exchange.
Overnight Position : trading, which remains open until the next business day.
Order : is the implementation of trading at a specified price.
Personal Income: is, which measures the total annual income of individuals derived from wages, and businesses, and various investments, as the per capita income is a core element in the per capita expenditure, it is a 2 / 3 "GDP" in economic systems major.
Pips : is the smallest unit in the price of any foreign currency where the collection of numbers (under ten) to, or deducted from the fourth grade decimal, ie 0.0001 (one of the ten thousand).
Political Risk: exposure to changes in government policies that adversely affect the status of the investor.
Position : total net currency balances of foreign currency.
Premium : in the currency markets is a description of the amount of money which increases the "price term" or "The price of futures trading" (Alviuchr) on the "current price".
Price Transparency : is the term that describes a list of screen currency in which each participant in the market undertaken by both.
Profit / Loss or "P / L" or Gain / Loss : profits or actual losses "earned" from the trading activities conducted on the "closed centers," which has been settled, plus to profit or loss theory "unrealized" on "open positions" that are "indicator by the settlement of profits and losses."
Quote : is the market price of the Semantic which is usually used only for the purposes of the query and see.
Rally : recovery and an improvement in price after a period of decline.
Range : means the difference between the highest price and lowest price expected in the future and that is registered during a trading sessions.
Rate : is the price of one currency compared to another currency at a price, which is to be learned from it, as is typical for the purposes of trading transactions.
Resistance : This term is used in technical analysis to denote a certain price level, which is the level at which analysis concludes that the demand will have to sell.
Retail Sales : is measured in monthly retail sales of all goods and services that are sold through retailers, is this measurement based on taking a variety sample of various types and sizes, as these data give a clear picture of the behavior Alinvaki to the consumer, and therefore essential factor in measuring economic growth in all major economic systems.
Revaluation: the increase in the rate of exchange of one currency and as a result of central bank intervention, the opposite of the term "reducing the value of Devaluation".
Risk: is the exposure to change unsafe volatile, and often this change, the underlying negative change counter.
Risk Management: is the recruitment, financial analysis and trading techniques to work to reduce and minimize exposure to various types of risk.
Roll-Over: is to close the open position at the date of maturity of the day concurrently with the opening of the center itself in the due date of the next day at a price reflecting the difference in interest rate between two currencies.
The trading in the forex market for cash immediately made on the due date is divided into two, for example, for trades executed on Monday, the due date will be on Wednesday, if it was to open a center on Monday and continued to continue to be conducted throughout the night (still open after 17:00 EST), the due date will be on Thursday, and the situation is special is that the center remains open to continue its implementation throughout the night on Wednesday, where the normal due date is Saturday, given that the banks are closed on Saturday, the due date is the actual day the following Monday, because of the vacation the end of the week, the centers that remain continue to take place throughout the night on Wednesday, is worth it or take two days of additional benefits, and trades approved by due date the day of the holiday will be worth it as well or bear additional interest.
Round trip: buying and selling a certain amount of currency.
Settlement: the process by which trading is recorded in the books and records of the parties involved in the transaction, and may include the settlement of currency trades, and may not include, real effective exchange rate of one currency against another currency.
Short Position: Centre is benefiting from the decline and fall of the market price, when the sale is the base currency of the currency pair is called the transaction or the status "sale".
(Simple Moving Average (SMA): is the simple average of a predetermined amount of the scheme of price (bar), for example, we find that the charts daily indicator of SMA for 50 period day is the average price closure of the scheme of the daily closing the previous session, and any time interval can be used here.
Spot Market : is the real market in which they are buying and selling foreign currencies and commodities for cash at the current market so that the prompt payment in cash for delivery in the case.
Spot Price : The price prevailing in the market, as it is usually the immediate cash settlement of transactions during the two days of work.
Spot Trade: that is to buy or sell foreign currency or goods for prompt delivery (compared to extradite in the history of the order), and exchange contracts are settled in a real-time (and / or contracts for goods in real-time) by electronic means "Internet".
Spread: the difference between the offer price (Alipid) and demand (ischial).
Square: that there be parity between the buying and selling, and therefore there is no open position of the dealer.
Pound Sterling : The popular toddler is named for British pounds.
Stop Loss Order : is it that which is filtered open position automatically at a specified price, and often it is used to reduce exposure to losses if they came on market trends in an invalid center investor, for example, if an investor deal buy U.S. dollars at a price of 156.27, you might want to register "stop-loss order" for a price to 155.49, that which limits the losses in the event that the U.S. dollar fell to less than 155.49 if possible, and you can refer to the manual trading to view the "policy stop-loss "policy FOREX.com
Support Levels : A method of the methods used in technical analysis, which refers to the highest price and lowest price may have a particular exchange rate that corrects and adjusts itself automatically and self-concept which is so unlike the term "resistance."
Swap: is to be simultaneously buying and selling the same amount of currency at an exchange rate futures.
Swissy : is the "Swiss franc" the language of the market into colloquial speech.
Technical Analysis : is the effort to try to predict prices and through data analysis and market data, ie, the historical record of price trends, and average prices, sizes, numbers, and open interest, etc. ..
Tick : The minimum change in price, either to rise or land (plus or minus).
Tomorrow Next (Tom / Next): this term is intended to be simultaneously buying and selling of currency to be delivered the next day.
Trade Balance : is, which measures the difference in value between the importer and exporter of goods and services, as we find that countries that have a trade surplus, "exports greater than imports," such as Japan tend to raise the value of their currencies to "re-evaluation of the increase," while we find countries that suffer from a deficit of in the trade balance "and more imports from exports," such as the United States tend to devalue their currencies.
Transaction Cost : the cost of buying or selling a financial instrument.
Transaction Date : the date on which trading.
Turnover : the total value of all financial transactions that have been implemented in a certain period of time any volume of transactions.
Two-Way Price : When the rate is given to the request, and supply sides of the deal in foreign exchange transactions.
UK House Price Index(HBOS): is the index which measures the relative level of house prices in Britain to identify the trends in the real estate sector in the UK, and on the implications and impacts on the economic outlook expected as a whole, this indicator is the oldest and the richest series monthly data include any evidence of housing in Britain, which is issued by major banks, mortgage lending "banks, credit guarantee mortgages" in the UK, a bank, "Halifax" for Reconstruction and Development in Scotland.
UK Producers Price Index Input: is the index, which measures the rate of inflation experienced by manufacturers when purchasing materials, tools, supplies and services, and these statements are subject to scrutiny, since it could be indicative of a leading pioneer for measuring consumer inflation .
UK Producers Price Index Output: is the index, which measures the rate of inflation experienced by manufacturers when selling goods and services.
UK Claimant Count Rate: measures the number of people demanding the right of the plaintiffs claim unemployment benefits, as the statistical figures for the plaintiffs may not reflect the data on unemployment, given that not all of the unemployed eligible for benefits.
UK Jobless Claims Change: measures the change in the number of people demanding subsidies over the previous month.
UK Average Earnings Including Bonus / Excluding bonus : Measures the average wage including / excluding bonuses paid to employees, measured by the average QoQ (on a quarterly basis) of the previous year.
UK on the basis of the unity of manual labor UK Manual Unit Wage Costs: measure the change in the total labor cost expended in the production of one unit of productivity.
Unemployment Rate: Measures the total workforce that are inactive and suffer from unemployment and struggling to find a job or function, measured as a percentage of the total workforce.
University of Michigan's Consumer Sentiment Index: seek the views of 500 U.S. households per month, and in the middle of the month issued a copy preliminary "draft" of the special report in this poll, and then at the end of the month published the final version of it, spin questions this survey on the status and position of individuals from the U.S. economic system, is seen as an indicator of consumer behavior for crossing over consumer spending.
Unrealized Gain / Loss : are the profits or losses theory of open positions, which are estimated at prevailing market prices as determined by the mediator based on the estimates of, and the profit / loss unrealized become a profit / loss effective at closing and liquidation of the center.
Uptick : A new price list currency prices are higher than the previous list.
Uptick Rule : Regulations are applicable in the United States under which the warranty may not be sold unless the last trade prior to the sale, at a price less than the price at which he has been selling.
US Prime Rate : is the interest rate imposed by U.S. banks on loans granted by the elite of corporate customers and agencies.
Value Date: The date on which the Parties agree to participate in the deal to settle the financial obligations of each of them, that is, the exchange of payments, and for cash transactions for the circulation of currency, the maturity date is usually after two days of work.
Variation Margin: represents money that must be requested by agents from the client to deposit the required margin, a term which usually refers to additional funds to be deposited as a result of price movements in opposite directions is undesirable.
The VIX or Volatility Index: This LED shows fluctuations expected in the market over the past 30 days, and created the index using the volatility estimated for a wide range of options for the index, released by the American company which is the indicator that bears its name," Standard and Poor's S & P 500 "(which is working to assess the financial health of borrowers), and uses the index" Fix VIX "on a large scale in the measurement of market risk, often referred to as a" measure of risk to the investor. "
(Volatility (Vol): is a statistical measure of the degree of market volatility for a limited time.
Wedge Chart Pattern : is a form of charts, which was formed and configured on the basis that displays a narrow range and limited number of prices over time, where rising upward in price at least increasingly, or drop down in price to be less increasing, as is typical the upward trends until the impact of negative sharp, downward trends, while high end big boom.
Whipsaw : is a term commonly to express the case of sharp fluctuation in the market where the sharp change in the price followed by a quick sharp swings in the opposite direction.
Wholesale Prices : measure the change in prices paid by retailers for finished goods, as is typical here in highlighting inflation pressures before they appear in the main line of retail sale.
Yard: is the colloquial term given to the toddler billion.