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Head And Shoulders Pattern

Head And Shoulders Pattern What is a 'Head And Shoulders Pattern' In technical analysis, a head and shoulders pattern describes a specific chart formation that predicts a bullish-to-bearis

Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

DefinitionIchimoku Kinko Hyo usually just called ichimoku is a technical analysis method that builds on candlestick charting to improve the accuracy of forecast price moves. It was developed

Inactive Bond Crowd

Inactive Bond Crowd What is 'Inactive Bond Crowd' A group of exchange members who buys and sells bonds, that are infrequently traded. Limit orders placed by the inactive bond crowd, may ta

Ichimoku Cloud

Ichimoku Cloud What is the 'Ichimoku Cloud' The Ichimoku cloud is a chart used in technical analysis that shows support and resistance, and momentum and trend directions for a security or

On-Balance Volume (OBV)

On-Balance Volume (OBV) What is 'On-Balance Volume (OBV)' On-balance volume (OBV) is a momentum indicator that uses volume flow to predict changes in stock price. Joseph Granville develope

One-Cancels-the-Other Order (OCO)

One-Cancels-the-Other Order (OCO) What is a 'One-Cancels-the-Other Order - OCO' A one-cancels-the-other order (OCO) is a pair of orders stipulating that if one order is executed, then the

Managed Futures Account

DefinitionA managed futures account or managed futures fund is a type of alternative investment in the US in which trading in the futures markets is managed by another person or entity, rath

Manual Trading

Manual Trading What is 'Manual Trading' A trading system that involves human decision-making for entering and exiting trades. This is in contrast to automatic trading, which employs progra

Short Squeeze

DefinitionA short squeeze is a rapid increase in the price of a stock that occurs when there is a lack of supply and an excess of demand for the stock. Short Squeeze By definition, a short s

Bollinger bands

Bollinger bands Bollinger bands saw its inception back in the late 20th century when John Bollinger – the creator of Bollinger bands – found a way to predict the changes in the short-ter
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