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Investors Trading Academy is a leader in investment and trading education for any market or asset class. ITA is made up of top financial experts with dozens of years of both education and professional...

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What is Average Daily Volume? 0    0

The Average Daily Volume is the quantity of shares or units traded. After a certain period of time, usually in a year's time the number of shares are average daily volume of the forex ma...

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What is The Ivey Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) 0    0

The Ivey Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) is an economic index which measures the month to month variation in economic activity as indicated by a panel of purchasing managers from across Canada, and is...

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What is Fannie Mae 0    0

The Federal National Mortgage Association, commonly known as Fannie Mae, is an agency set up by the US government in 1938; Fannie Mae is a government-sponsored enterprise, though it has been a publicl...

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What is Support & Resistance 0    0

Imagine that the price is like an elevator, if the price needs to settle on floor, he needs a floor and a ceiling, in other words, support and resistance. If the price needs to get higher he will need...

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What are the Trading Order Types 0    0

A trade order instructs a broker to buy or sell a position. There are a variety of order types like market order, entry order, limit and stop order.

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What is G7 Meetings 0    0

These meetings are attended by the finance ministers and central bankers from the leading industrial countries: Canada, Italy, France, Germany, Japan, The UK, and the US.

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What is Bear Straddle 0    0

Bear Straddle is when a short is exercised on a put and a call option, also called short Straddle.

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What is Trend 0    0

A forex trend is broadly defined as the direction in which a currency pair is moving. Currencies usually do not rise straight up, nor do they fall vertically down. It is more common for them to retrac...

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What is Contagion 0    0

The "contagion effect" referred to in the Eurozone crisis is the fear that one country's financial problems will spill over to another country. This happens beca...

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What is Ichimoku Cloud 0    0

Ichimoku Cloud is a signal tool that provides support/resistance levels, trend movements, varying exit and entry points. If the cloud lies above the price action, then the trend is bullish. However if...

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What is HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI? 0    0

This index Released by HSBC, British multinational banking and financial services company, is an independent, global provider of some of the world's most influential business surveys. Th...

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What is the Core Durable Goods Orders 0    0

Durable goods are goods that do not wear out quickly or have a lifespan of more than three years, and include a wide range of items including computer equipment and industrial machinery, and trains, p...

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What are Employment Reports 0    0

It establishes the labor and employment trends and is a contributing factor in various economic activities such as consumer spending. These include such reports as the unemployment, jobs, hirings, pay...

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What is Managed Account 0    0

Managed Account is an account that is owned by an individual investor and looked after by a hired professional money manager. In contrast to mutual funds, which are professionally managed on behalf of...

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What is IFO 0    0

IFO is an acronym from Information and research in German. This instate is functioning as economic monitor for the German economy. IFO Produce a monthly business climate index that evaluated from a qu...

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What is Leverage 0    0

Leverage means using various financial instruments or borrowed capital, such as margin, to increase the potential return of an investment. The amount of debt used to finance a firm's asse...

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What is European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) 0    0

The European Financial Stability Facility, also known as EFSF, created to keep up the financial stability in the Eurozone. This fund created by the Euro area member countries after the economic crisi...

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What is Price Divergence 0    0

Price Divergence it's a situation in which indications of a trend will diverge from the price action. When traders in the market recognize a price divergence, they often change their posi...

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What is Market Maker 0    0

Market Maker refers to an institution or individual that offers prices for specific stocks or other marketable assets that it holds in inventory, and is prepared and able to buy or sell those assets a...

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What is Trade Balance 0    0

Trade balance is the difference between a country's imports and its exports. It is a significant figure of the country Balance of Payments and its headline figure is characterized in bill...

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What is Short 0    0

Short is a position in which a trader sells a currency pair in an attempt to profit from a currency pair's falling prices. Also known as a PUT.

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What is Retail Prices Index (UK) 0    0

The Retail Prices Index is the measure of the price change in goods and services for household consumption in the United Kingdom. The Retail Price Index (RPI) is calculated by sampling such retail go...

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What is Pivot Points 0    0

Pivot Points are technical analysis indicator used to determine the overall trend of the market over different time frames. Basically it's averaging high, low, and closing equity prices t...

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