Oligopoly is a market structure with a few firms collectively control a industry and, none of which can shield the others from having noteworthy impact.
A monopoly is one firm controlling an industry, duopoly is two firms co ...Read More
On Balance Volume (OBV) was developed by Joseph Granville, a well-known technician, and market letter writer.
It is a cumulative indicator that essentially measures positive and negative volume.
The formula generates a smooth ...Read More
A one night stand investment can be defined as a bought stock that was meant for a long-term investment, however is rather sold very quickly, a lot of the times as soon as the following day.
One night stand investments are f ...Read More
OneCoin describes itself as a cryptocurrency framework based on the blockchain technology. It is promoted by OneCoin Limited, a organization that works across the world with physical workplaces in Europe, Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates.... Read More
Operating income can be defined as a bookkeeping figure that gauges the amount of profit used from a business' activities, after subtracting working expenses such as wages, depreciation, and Cost of Goods Sold or COGS.
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Option cycle alludes to the expiry dates that apply to the various classes of options.
A recently listed option is allocated a cycle randomly to comprehensively circulate options across different periods of time.
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An option's "Greeks" describes its various risk parameters.
Options contracts are used for hedging a portfolio. That is, the goal is to offset potential unfavorable moves in other investments.
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An option on a futures contract provides the option contract owner the right, however not the commitment, to purchase or sell a particular futures contract at a strike price on or prior to the option contract's expiry date.
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A technical condition that occurs when price is considered to have risen or fallen too far, too fast and is susceptible a pullback. Overbought / oversold indicators (RSI, stochastic) for example) often have values within the range 0 to 100, with over ...Read More
An over the counter (OTC) market can be described as a decentralized market in which market members exchange securities, commodities, currencies as well as other financial instruments of investment, directly between two people and in the absence o ...Read More
A well-known problem of these indicators is that prices can remain in overbought or oversold territory for several weeks on a daily chart, so they are not able to predict a reversal.
We will present two indicators here that ...Read More