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Half Stock

A half stock can be defined as a stock sold with a face value that is half of what is viewed as to be the standard price. The face value alludes to the par value of a bond, or in some circumstances, a stock.

 

Half stock can b ...

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Hammer

Hammers have a small real body and a long lower shadow.

Hammers occur after a price decline.

The hammer candlestick shows sellers came into the market during the period but by the close, the selling had been absorbed and buyers had ...

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Hang Seng Index (HSI)

The Hang Seng Index or the HSI can be described as a market cap weighted index of the biggest organizations that are being traded on the Hong Kong Exchange.

 

A subsidiary of the Hang Seng Bank manages the Hang Seng Index and ...

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Hanging man

  1. White or black candle with a small body
  2. No upper shadow or the shadow cannot be longer than the body
  3. Lower shadow at least two times longer than the body
  4. If the gap is created at the opening or the closing, it ...

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Harami

The Harami candlestick pattern is frequently used in forex trading to identify trend reversals or extensions.

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The Harami candlestick is a Japanese candlestick pattern that comprises two candles which ...

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Harami cross

A harami cross is a trend indicated by a large candlestick followed by a Doji that is located within the top and bottom of the candlestick's body.

bullish harami cross indicates that a downtrend is likely t ...

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Hawala

Hawala is an unofficial way of money transfer, which does not involve any actual movement physical money.

 

Interpol's describes hawala as "transfer of money without any physical movement." Another description of ...

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Head and Shoulders Top

The Head and Shoulders ‘Top’ is one of two major head and shoulders chart patterns that forms:

  • The most common reversal formations
  • Signals to chart users that a security's price is likely to make a downward ...

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Heikin Ashi Technique

Heiken Ashi comes from the Japanese term 'Heikin Ashi', meaning average bar. 

The Heiken Ashi indicator modifies how price values are displayed on a chart.

A Japanese candlestick represents four pieces of price data in ...

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Historical Volatility

Historic Volatility is the standard deviation of the "price returns" over a given number of sessions, multiplied by a factor (260 days) to produce an annualized volatility level. 

A "price return" is the natural lo ...

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HNI

High-net-worth individual (HNI) is an individual or family with liquid resources over a specific figure.

 

The term is frequently utilized by the financial services sector.

 

Despite the fact that there is ...

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Hold

Hold or holding, can be described as market strategy or an analyst's suggestion to neither purchase nor sell an investment.

 

A organization with a hold suggestion usually is relied upon to perform with the market or at th ...

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Holding Company

A holding company can be described as a parent enterprise, limited liability company, or limited partnership that possesses enough voting shares in another organization, that it can control that organization's policies as well as regulate its ...

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Hot IPO

A hot IPO can be defined as an initial public offering of share in an organization, whose security attracts a lot of investors and for which there is raised demand.

There are different approaches to go public other than an initial public o ...

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Human Capital

Human capital is an intangible resource or quality not recorded on a company's balance sheet. It tends to be delegated as the financial value of an employee's experience and aptitudes. Including resources such as education, training, knowl ...

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