- Act of securing enough controlling interest in the stock of a particular firm so an investor or a group of investors can manipulate the price of a single security.
- In commodity markets, a rare occurrence wherein the number of underlying securities and commodities available are greater than the number of delivery commitments on future contracts.
Average True Range - ATR
It was introduced in Welles Wilder’s book: New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems as a volatility measure.
It is a line graph displaying the intraday movement of a security. It is different from the longer term charts that show’s a movement of a se ...
The highest point between the end of an economic expansion and the start of a contraction in a business cycle. The peak of the cycle refers to the ...
Securities Fraud is a crime that is classified as white-collar. Securities Fraud occurs when an entity that may be an individual or a company like ...
Specialization, in production, is focusing on a particular good or service of a business in order to maximize the efficiency and effectivity of pro ...
Do Not Ditch the Dogs
If a particular investment is on the losing side, most traders tend to sell it and invest the proceeds on something else. Sounds like a great plan, ...
Common Culprits of a Sluggish Economy
Lack of economic progress has evolved to a global conflict over the years, as growth seemed elusive despite several efforts by each country. From 1 ...
Ditch the Losers in Portfolio
When we trade, we experience bumps along the way. We have no power to entirely avoid loses. However, we can do something to ditch the losing holdin ...
Classic Market Rules for Investors
Rule 1: Markets tend to return to the average over time. Periods of market insanity do not last forever. Even in highest highs o ...
Risks of Renting Out Your Extra Room
Many individual have at least considered opening up their spare rooms for rent to offset their mortgage payments and have an additional source of i ...
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A Guide to Your Personal Income Tax: Avoid Awful Surprises
Who loves to be surprised by the Internal Revenue Services? No one (unless it is a tax refund). The federal agency has its way of shocking taxpayer ...
Student Loans: Repayment in Times of Financial Difficulty
One day, you are in the middle of a financial hardship. Unfortunately, you still have student loans to pay. What will you do? In times like these, ...
Introduction to Inflation
I asked my grandparents about the cost of living during World War II. They told me people during that period could buy a house for $5,000, a car fo ...
So You Want A Job in Financial Careers: A Guide
In this tutorial, we will explore the different kinds of financial careers, the various basics of the financial industry, what you need to do in or ...
An Introduction to Stocks
Imagine this: you are a company owner, you get income but you don’t go to work, you just do what you want and the money keeps coming in. This ...
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