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What Is Cable?
What Is Cable?
Cable Definition – Cable is forex jargon often used among currency traders when referring to the British Pound (GBP) or the Sterling/US Dollar exchange rate. Th...
FAQs&Tips 2 months ago (03-25)
FSA
FSA
The Seychelles Financial Services Authority(FSA) is an autonomous regulatory body responsible for the non-bank financial services in Seychelles. Established und...
Regulatory Authorities 2 months ago (03-24)
FSC
FSC
The enactment of the Financial Services Commission Act in December 2001 established the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (FSC) as an autonom...
Regulatory Authorities 2 months ago (03-24)
VFSC
VFSC
The Vanuatu Financial Services Commission (VFSC) was formally established in December 1993, after the Vanuatu Parliament enacted the Vanuatu Financial Services...
Regulatory Authorities 2 months ago (03-24)
What Is A Chartist?
What Is A Chartist?
Chartist Definition – A Chartist is a devotee of technical analysis and a believer in its ability to predict future price behavior for currencies, commodities o...
FAQs&Tips 2 months ago (03-24)
SFC
SFC
The Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) is an independent statutory body set up in 1989 to regulate Hong Kong's securities and futures markets. The SFC...
Regulatory Authorities 2 months ago (03-23)
What Is The Bundesbank?
What Is The Bundesbank?
Bundesbank Definition – The Deutsche Bundesbank, German for German Federal Bank, is the central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany and a member of the Euro...
FAQs&Tips 2 months ago (03-23)
FMA
FMA
The Financial markets Authority (FMA) is a New Zealand government agency responsible for enforcing securities, financial reporting and company law as they apply...
Regulatory Authorities 2 months ago (03-21)
IIROC
IIROC
The Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada is a non-profit, national self-regulatory organization (SRO). Established through the merger of the In...
Regulatory Authorities 2 months ago (03-21)
What Is A Channel ?
What Is A Channel ?
Channel Definition – A Channel is a straight line drawn parallel to the basic trendline. In an uptrend, the channel line slants up to the right and is drawn abo...
FAQs&Tips 3 months ago (03-12)
What is Parabolic Stop-and-Reverse?
What is Parabolic Stop-and-Reverse?
Parabolic Stop-and-Reverse Definition. The Parabolic Stop and Reverse, or “SAR”, system is a technical analysis tool designed to find the trailing stop-loss of...
FAQs&Tips 3 months ago (03-01)
What is Price Transparency - Price Transparency
What is Price Transparency - Price Transparency
Price Transparency Definition. Price Transparency describes involves a process that assures that all market participants are afforded equal access to prices quo...
FAQs&Tips 3 months ago (02-28)
What Is A Bull Market?
What Is A Bull Market?
Bull Market Definition – A Bull Market is a prolonged period in which investment prices rise faster than their historical average. Bull Markets can happen as a...
FAQs&Tips 10 months ago (08-22)
What Is A Central Bank?
What Is A Central Bank?
Central Bank Definition – A Central Bank is a financial institution, such as the U.S. Federal Reserve System, charged with regulating the size of a nation’s mon...
FAQs&Tips 10 months ago (08-18)
What Is The Bretton Woods Agreement?
What Is The Bretton Woods Agreement?
Bretton Woods Agreement Definition – The Bretton Woods Agreement, signed in 1944, outlined rules and regulations for an international monetary system. It used t...
FAQs&Tips 10 months ago (08-01)
What Is The Cash Market?
What Is The Cash Market?
Cash Market Definition – The Cash Market, commonly referred to as the Spot Market, is a market in which transactions are promptly completed, that is, ownership...
FAQs&Tips 10 months ago (07-31)
What Is A Broker?
What Is A Broker?
Broker Definition – A Broker is an agent, individual or firm that acts as an intermediary by putting together buyers and sellers for a fee or commission. In con...
FAQs&Tips 10 months ago (07-30)
What Is Carry Trade?
What Is Carry Trade?
Carry Trade Definition – A Carry Trade is a strategy in which an investor sells a certain currency, the funding currency, with a relatively low interest rate an...
FAQs&Tips 10 months ago (07-28)
What Are Bollinger Bands?
What Are Bollinger Bands?
Bollinger Banks Definition – Bollinger Bands are a technical analysis tool invented by John Bollinger in the 1980s. It is a method that combines a moving averag...
FAQs&Tips 11 months ago (07-25)
What Is A Candlestick Chart?
What Is A Candlestick Chart?
Candlestick Chart Definition – A Candlestick Chart is a type of chart that consists of four major prices: high, low, opening and closing. The body of the candle...
FAQs&Tips 11 months ago (07-24)
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