When the price of a security has moved higher drastically.
An order that have not been filled.
Trading using the strength or weakness of the current bids and offers.
Virtual trading or simulated trading.
An indicator that sets trailing price stops for long or short positions. Also, referred to as the “stop-and-reversal indicator”, Parabolic SAR is more popular for setting stops than for establishing direction or trend.
A much longer, extended flag.
A stock that usually sells for less than $1 per share. Used in a lot of pump and dump schemes.
A bullish candle pattern used to show reversal at the base of a trend.
A strong reversal point on a chart. Trend lines are usually drawn off pivots points.
A type of chart consisting of columns of X’s (showing price rises) and O’s (showing price falls) arranged on a square grid.
A style of trading characterized by holding open positions for an extended period of time.
A pip is a measurement of movement in forex trading, defined as the smallest move that a currency can make.
P/E ratio is an important metric used to assess the relative value of a stock (or sometimes an index or industry). It is calculated as its share price divided by earnings per share (EPS).
Puts are a variety of option that give the purchaser the right, but not the obligation, to sell an asset at a certain price before the option expires.