Deutschmark The official currency of Germany until Germany's adoption of the euro in Forex Account The type of account a forex trader opens with a retail forex broker. Who are successful Forex traders? Credit Netting Agreements that are made to avoid having to continually recheck credit, usually established between large banks and trading institutions. A pair of currencies traded in forex that does not include the U.
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In this case, limiting the upside potential is usually necessary for capping the downside as well. Forex Option Trading A security that allows currency traders to realize gains without having to purchase the underlying currency pair. By incorporating leverage, forex options magnify returns and set a firm downside risk level.
Forex Pivot Points A set of indicators developed by floor traders in the commodities markets to determine potential turning points, also known as "pivots". Forex pivot points are calculated to determine levels in which the sentiment of the market could change from "bullish" to "bearish. Forex Scalping A trading strategy used by forex traders to buy a currency pair and then to hold it for a short period of time in an attempt to make a profit.
A forex scalper looks to make a large number of trades and earn a small profit each time. Forex Signal System A set of analyses that a forex trader uses to determine whether to buy or sell a currency pair at any given time. Forex signal systems could be based on technical analysis charting tools or news-based events.
The day trader's currency trading system is usually made up of a multitude of signals that work together to create a buy or sell decision. Forex trading signals are available for free, for a fee or are developed by the traders themselves.
Forex Spot Rate The current exchange rate at which a currency pair can be bought or sold. The spot forex rate differs from the forward rate in that it prices the value of currencies compared to foreign currencies today, rather than at some time in the future.
The spot rate in forex currency trading, is the rate that most traders use when trading with an online retail forex broker. A company offering currency spread betting usually quotes two prices, the bid and the ask price - this is called the spread.
Traders bet whether the price of the currency pair will be lower than the bid price or higher than the ask price. The narrower the spread, the more attractive the currency pair. Forex System Trading A method of trading forex that is based on a series of analyses to determine whether to buy or sell a currency pair at a given time.
Forex system trading could be based on a set of signals derived from technical analysis charting tools or fundamental news-based events. The day trader's currency trading system is usually made up of technical signals that create a buy or sell decision when they point in a direction that has historically led to a profitable trade. Forex Trading Robot A computer program based on a set of forex trading signals that helps determine whether to buy or sell a currency pair at any one time.
Forex robots are designed to remove the psychological element of trading, which can be detrimental. Forex Trading Strategy A set of analyses that a forex day trader uses to determine whether to buy or sell a currency pair at any given time. Forex trading strategies can be based on technical analysis charting tools or fundamental, news-based events.
The day trader's currency trading strategy is usually made up of a multitude of signals, which trigger buy or sell decisions. Forex trading strategies are available for free, for a fee or are developed by the traders themselves.
Forex Training A form of instruction or mentorship that provides information on forex trading tactics, methods and successful practices. Forex training acts as a guide for the retail forex trader, providing insight into successful strategies, signals and systems as well as other general information on the foreign exchange market.
Forward Booking A way of trading currency while minimizing the risk of volatile exchange rates. The booking company risk agents will write up a contract specifying what the rate of exchange will be, and in doing so will assume the exchange rate risk. The contract will also outline a timeline in which the trade must be made. The fee associated with the forward book is usually based on a percentage of the amount being traded in the contract. Forward Contract A deal in which the price for the future delivery of a commodity is set in advance of the delivery.
The Forward rate is obtained by adding the margin to the spot rate. It is used to hedge against adverse fluctuations in the exchange rate that can affect amount of profit or loss at that future date. French Franc - F A currency used in France, prior to the introduction of the euro.
The French franc, whose symbol was "F" or "FF," was the national currency until the euro was introduced for accounting purposes in , and as coins and banknotes in The French franc was also used in Andorra, which had no national currency of its own, with legal tender. Coins worth one livre tournois between and were called francs; the name became common terminology for coins of this value. Front Office Refers to the sales personnel trading and other business personnel in a financial company.
Fundamental Analysis The analysis of economic indicators and political and current events that could effect the future direction of financial markets. Funding Currencies Monies that can be borrowed at low interest rates, making them ideal to bankroll purchases of higher yielding assets including stocks, other currencies, bonds and commodities.
Speculators earn the spread or carry between the funding currency and the higher-yielding asset. Funding Currency The currency being exchanged in a currency carry trade. A funding currency typically has a low interest rate. Investors borrow the funding currency and take short positions in currencies with higher interest rates. Future Rate Agreements FRAs FRAs are agreements that are made that allow for borrowing and lending at a constant interest rate for a specified period in the future.
Future contracts are similar to forward contacts, but future contracts can be traded in the futures markets. Can be used to hedge or speculate against the value of the asset at the expiry date. An FCM has a role in the futures market that is similar to that of a broker in the securities market. The African country of Zimbabwe also uses the pound. Dollar The abbreviation for the British pound and U. The GHC was introduced on July 3, The word "cedi" derives from the African word for cowry shell, which was a prior form of Ghanian currency.
Banknotes are issued in 1, 5, 10, 20 and 50 denominations. The currency is overseen and issued by the Bank of Ghana. The Gibraltar pound is pegged at par value with the British pound sterling. It prints banknotes in 5, 10, 20 and 50 pound notes.
The Gambian dalasi GMD was introduced in to replace the former national currency - the Gambian pound. The country gained independence from its former British ruler which brought its currency along with its rule in Labor party politician George Brown coined the term in November during a meeting over the rapidly declining value of the British pound that was part of a currency crisis.
British labor ministers were convinced that the foreign exchange speculation activities of Swiss banks were causing the devaluation of the sterling. The term came back into fashion in early when the global financial crisis created financial instability in Europe. Gold Standard A monetary system in which a country's government allows its currency unit to be freely converted into fixed amounts of gold and vice versa.
The exchange rate under the gold standard monetary system is determined by the economic difference for an ounce of gold between two currencies. The gold standard was mainly used from to and also during the interwar years.
Greek Drachma The former basic unit of currency in Greece. The Greek Drachma was an ancient currency unit used in many Greek city states. The drachma was reintroduced in following the establishment of the modern state of Greece; it replaced the phoenix, the first currency of the modern Greek state that was introduced in Greenback A slang term for U.
Greenbacks got their name from their color, however, in the mids, "greenback" was a negative term. During this time, the Continental Congress did not have taxing authority. As a result, the greenbacks did not have a secure financial backing and banks were reluctant to give customers the full value of the dollar.
Grid Trading A foreign exchange trading technique that seeks to capitalize on normal price volatility in currency markets by placing buy and sell orders at certain regular intervals above and below a predefined base price. Such buy and sell orders, generally spaced at or pip intervals, create a trading grid. GTQ The currency abbreviation for the Guatemalan quetzal. GTQ is named for the country's native national bird, the "resplendent quetzal". The quetzal replaced the peso in Guerrilla Trading A very short-term trading technique that aims to generate small profits while taking on very little risk per trade and repeating this multiple times in a trading session.
Guerrilla trades typically have a shorter duration than scalping or day trades and seldom last for more than a few minutes, at the most. Because of its high trading volume and limited return nature, low commissions and tight trading spreads are prerequisites for successful guerrilla trading. As it also demands considerable trading expertise, guerrilla trading is generally not recommended for novice traders.
The quote's handle eliminates the part of the price quote that is a decimal. In foreign exchange markets, the handle refers to the part of the price quote that appears in both the bid and the offer for the currency.
Also called big figure. Hara-Kiri Swap An interest rate or cross-currency swap devoid of any profit margin for the originator. The term gets its name from Japanese banks' and securities houses' s strategy of offerings very low rates in order to obtain business. In Japan, hara-kiri is a form of slow ritual suicide; the swaps were dubbed hara-kiri because they turned out to be a form of financial suicide for the institutions that offered them.
Hard Currency A currency, usually from a highly industrialized country, that is widely accepted around the world as a form of payment for goods and services. A hard currency is expected to remain relatively stable through a short period of time, and to be highly liquid in the forex market.
Hedging typically involves selling the good forward or taking a position in a related security. Hedging becomes more prevalent with increased uncertainty about current market conditions. Historical Currency Exchange Rates A collection of historical exchange rates that are used to provide traders with a historical reference to where a currency pair has traded in the past. Historical currency rates are used by many forex traders to help shed light on the direction of a given currency pair.
The Lempira is made up of centavos and is often presented with the symbol L. The Lempira is named after the 16th-century ruler of Honduras who tried to throw off the yoke of Spanish rule. The Haitian Gourde is made up of centimes and is often presented with the symbol G. Despite changes in currency valuation, five gourdes is still sometimes referred to as a "Haitian dollar", and prices are often quoted in this informal denomination. The Forint is made up of filler and is often presented with the symbol Ft.
The Forint gets its name from gold coins called fiorino d'oro that were minted in the city of Florence in the middle ages.
The Rupiah is made up of sen, and is often presented with the symbol Rp. The Rupiah derives its name from its sister currency the Indian Rupee. The Riau Islands and the Indonesian half of New Guinea both had their own versions of the Rupiah at one time, but both have been absorbed by the Indonesian currency. This symbol represents a combination of the first letters in Hebrew of the words "sheqel" and "hadash". The currency itself is actually produced by a South Korean company, as there is no mint in Israel.
ILS Israeli New Shequel Inconvertible Currency A situation where one currency cannot be exchanged for another currency because of foreign exchange regulations or physical barriers.
Inconvertible currencies may be restricted from trade due to extremely high volatility or political sanctions. Indicative Quote In forex trading, a currency quote that is provided by a market maker to a trading party but that is not firm. In other words, when a market maker provides an indicative quote to a trader, the market maker is not obligated to trade the given currency pair at the price or the quantity stated in the quote.
Contrast this to a firm quote, in which a market maker guarantees a specified bid or ask price to a trader up to the maximum quantity specified in the quote. Indirect Quote A currency quotation in the foreign exchange markets that expresses the amount of foreign currency required to buy or sell one unit of the domestic currency.
In other words, the domestic currency is the base currency in an indirect quote, while the foreign currency is the counter currency. Inflation Refers to the increase in prices price level and wages over time that decrease purchasing power.
It is calculated from changes in the price index, usually a consumer price index or a GDP deflator. Initial Margin The percentage of the price of a security that is required for the initial deposit to enter into a position. For futures contracts, the market determines the initial margin.
The rupee is made up of paise and is often presented with the symbol Rs. The Indian government has decided to find a new symbol for its currency and as of March 5, has announced a contest to design this symbol. INR Indian Rupee Inside Market The spread between the highest bid price and lowest ask price among various market makers in a particular security.
Typically, price quotes between market makers feature a lower ask and a higher bid than the quotes made to retail investors in the same security. The inside market ensures liquidity in the market. Interbank Market The financial system and trading of currencies among banks and financial institutions, excluding retail investors and smaller trading parties.
While some interbank trading is performed by banks on behalf of large customers, most interbank trading takes place from the banks' own accounts. Inter-Dealer Broker A brokerage firm operating in the bond or OTC derivatives market that acts as an intermediary between major dealers to facilitate inter-dealer trades.
A member of the London Stock Exchange who is only permitted to deal with market makers, rather than the public. Interest Rate Differential - IRD A differential measuring the gap in interest rates between two similar interest-bearing assets.
Traders in the foreign exchange market use interest rate differentials IRD when pricing forward exchange rates. Based on the interest rate parity, a trader can create an expectation of the future exchange rate between two currencies and set the premium or discount on the current market exchange rate futures contracts. Interest Rate Parity A theory in which the interest rate differential between two countries is equal to the differential between the forward exchange rate and the spot exchange rate.
Interest rate parity plays an essential role in foreign exchange markets, connecting interest rates, spot exchange rates and foreign exchange rates. Interest-Rate Swap Points The interest rate can be determined through the difference in the bid and offer price of an exchange rate. International Currency Converter An electronic program that allows for the quick conversion of currencies. An international currency converter can convert the value of one currency to another, such as dollars to euros.
Converters will typically use the most recent market prices in the foreign exchange market. International Currency Exchange Rate The rate at which two currencies in the market can be exchanged. International currency exchange rates display how much of one unit of a currency can be exchanged for another currency.
Currency exchange rates can be floating, in which case they change continually based on a multitude of factors. Alternatively, the exchange rates of some foreign currencies are pegged, or fixed, to other currencies, in which case they move in tandem with the currencies to which they are pegged. International Currency Markets The market in which participants from around the world are able to buy, sell, exchange and speculate on different currencies.
International currency markets are made up of banks, commercial companies, central banks, investment management firms, hedge funds, retail forex brokers and investors. International Fisher Effect - IFE An economic theory that states that an expected change in the current exchange rate between any two currencies is approximately equivalent to the difference between the two countries' nominal interest rates for that time.
The dinar replaced the Indian rupee as the country's national currency, which is issued by the Central Bank of Iraq. The rial is made up of dinar but actually has no official symbol. The krona is divided into aurar and is often presented with the symbol kr. This currency has earned the nickname "Icelandic Crown" in the financial markets because of the word krona's relation to the latin word corona, meaning crown.
Local businesses are not required to accept the currency for the purchase of goods and services. Businesses and individuals who received Ithaca HOURS must use them in local establishments, as other localities typically do not accept them. Japanese Housewives In the foreign exchange world, a collective term for the legions of Japanese housewives who resorted to currency trading in the first decade of the new millennium.
With Japanese interest rates near zero percent for most of the decade, their motivation for currency trading was to increase the low returns on their portfolios. The Jamaican dollar was also formerly used in the Cayman Islands. Jobbers, also called "stockjobbers," acted as market makers.
They held shares on their own books and created market liquidity by buying and selling securities, and matching investors' buy and sell orders through their brokers, who were not allowed to make markets.
The term "jobber" is also used to describe a small-scale wholesaler or middleman in the retail goods trade. The dinar is made up of 10 dirham, qirsh or fils and has no official symbol, but is often presented with the informal notation JD. The dinar is also circulated on Israel's West Bank. JOD Jordanian Dinar Joint Float Two or more countries agreeing to keep their currencies at a same exchange rate relative to one another, but not relative to other countries. The countries involved in a joint float agreement form a sort of partnership where their currencies move jointly.
The central banks of the countries participating in this agreement maintain the joint float by buying and selling each others currencies. The yen was originally introduced by the Meiji government as a measure to modernize the country economically. The Kenyan shilling is made up of cents and is often presented with the symbol KSh. The Kenyan shilling is the strongest and most stable shilling in east Africa and is often used in unstable regions of Sudan and Somalia instead of local currencies.
The key currency used is usually issued by a stable, developed country such as the United States. Central banks also hold key currencies in reserve reserve currency.
Although the riel has been used in two forms since its inception, no monetary system was used in Cambodia from to It is widely used as the benchmark for short-term interest rates. Limit Order An order with restrictions on the maximum price to be paid or the minimum price to be received. Liquid Market Liquidation The process of closing out long or short positions by offsetting transactions. Also refers to the process of selling all assets of a bankrupt company to pay off first creditors and then shareholders.
Liquidation Level Liquidity The ability of a market to accept large transaction with minimal to no impact on price stability LKR Sri Lankan Rupee London Spot Fix Long Position Refers to the ownership of securities, commodities or currencies, in which there is no intent to sell due to speculation that the price will rise.
Buying on margin refers to investing with borrowed funds, and the margin requirement insures against heavy losses. Margin Call This is a call by a broker or dealer to raise the margin requirement of an account.
The call is typically made after the value of a security securities has significantly declined in value. Market Maker A broker-dealer firm that owns shares of a security and is willing to buy and sell at the quoted bid and ask prices.
The firm lists buy and sell prices to attract customers. Market Order An order to buy or sell a stock at the best available price. Market Risk The risk associated with investing in the market and cannot be hedged or avoided. Maturity The date that the security is due to be redeemed or repaid. Because of large transaction cost relative to potential interest, transactions occur in large amounts and thus participants are mainly banks and other large financial institutions.
For public companies this is referred to as shareholder equity. Offer The price or rate at which a seller is willing to sell at. Offsetting Transaction When a trader enters an equivalent but opposite position to an already existing position, thereby balancing his positions. An offsetting transaction to an initial purchase would be a sale.
Order An order that through its execution cancels the other part of the same order. Online Currency Exchange Open Order An order to buy or sell that remains valid until it is executed or canceled by the customer.
An order that is executed when the price of a share or currency reaches a predetermined price. An open position puts a trader at risk if the market prices rise or fall, i. Optimum Currency Area Theory Options These are tradable contracts giving the right, but not obligation, to buy or sell commodities, securities or currencies at a future date and at a prearranged price.
Options are used to hedge against adverse price movements or to speculate against price rises or falls. Holding options is riskier than holding shares, but offer potentially higher returns.
The order remains valid until executed or cancelled by the customer. Overnight A position that remains open until the start of the next business day. Over-the-counter refers to a stock not traded on an exchange, typically resulting from the company's inability to meet the requirements. Over-the-counter security transactions are made directly between brokers. Most countries that peg their currencies do so against the US dollar or the Euro. To gain voter support politicians will often expand the economy prior to elections and implement reforms just after the elections to avoid punishment by the polity.
Political Risk Risk that changes in government policies will negatively impact an investor. Political Risk is especially prevalent in third world countries. Position The amount of currency or security owned or owed by an investor. Premium The amount added to the spot price of a currency to get the forward or future price. Price Transparency Refers to the degree of access to information regarding bids and offers and respective prices.
Realized profits are made from the cashing in of the unrealized gain. The trader sells a security government security and buys it back only after a short period of time, typically only overnight.
Repos are primarily used to raise short-term capital. Reserve Assets Resistance A price level at which most investors expect prices to decline further. A price at which there is sufficient supply to turn a previously uptrend downward. With regards to the forex market, it is the level at which a currency cannot rise above.
Risk Management Term to describe when a trader will use analysis and other trading techniques to avoid substantial risks to his portfolio. Risks Uncertainty in the possible outcomes of an action, i. Risk is most commonly measured from the variance of possible outcomes. Higher risks are associated with higher rates of returns, typically in order to induce investment in riskier ventures. Rollover Refers to a process of reinvesting in which, at the expiry, the settlement is postponed until a later date.
The cost of the process is measured by the interest rate differential between the two currencies. Traders sell when prices are expected to fall. Short Position A contract to sell securities, commodities or currencies at a future date and at a prearranged price. At the expiry date, if the spot price is below the contract price, the holder of the contract will make a profit and if the spot price is above the contract price, then there is the potential to make a huge loss.
Spot Next Spot Price The current market price. Spot Trade Spread The difference between the bid and offer price that is offered by a market maker. Stocky Stop Order Stop-Loss Order An order used to hedge against excessive loss in which a position is liquidated at a specific, prearranged price. Stroud Pound Super Currency Support A price level at which there is sufficient demand to turn a downtrend up.
Swaps are typically used to speculate on interest rate movements. It is calculated using the interest differentials between the two currencies. Swap Spread The difference between the negotiated and fixed price of the swap. The size of the spread depends on market supply and participating parties' credit. It examines charts and historical performance. Ticker Depicts current or recent history of a currency, usually in the form of a graph or chart. If this level breaks then the recommendation would be to run with the market direction i.
Buy a break above resistance level; sell a break below a support level. However, if a price stalls at this level and is rejected then the recommendation is to go with this also i. Sell at a resistance level that is tested and holds, buy at a support level.
Trade-Weighted Dollar Trading Desk Transaction Costs The costs that are incurred by a trader when buying or selling currencies, commodities, or currencies. These costs include broker commissions or spreads.
Transaction Date The date a trade occurs. The larger the turnover, the more commissions a broker will be making. The NASD requires that market makers have both bid and ask prices for any security, currency or commodity in which they make a market. This is called a two-sided market. Prime Rate The interest rate that the major banks lend to major clients. Uptick Rule A regulation requiring that if a security is to be traded short, the price in the trade prior to the short trade has to be lower than the price of the present short trade.
It is calculated by adding the squares of the standard deviations from the mean and dividing by the number of data points, i. Variation Margin A call by a broker to increase the margin requirement of an account during a period of extreme market volatility. It is most commonly measured using the coefficient of variation the standard deviation divided by the mean.
The higher the volatility, the higher the risk involved. Volume The number of shares or contracts traded for a certain security or an exchange during a period. VUV Vanuatu Vatu Warrant It is a right but not obligation to buy shares in a company at a future date and at a prearranged price.
Warrants are tradable options. A whipsaw would be if shortly after you bought a stock the price plummeted. WhatsApp Trade Calls We send trade setups to your mobile device. Astrology Trading and Investing. A derivative where counterparties exchange financial instrument benefits, involving a growing notional principal amount.
An exchange rate policy adopted by some countries wherein the national currency is largely pegged or fixed to a major currency such as the U. The use of mechanisms by a central bank to influence a home currency's exchange rate. An intermediary or person hired to carry out transactions on behalf of another person. The exposure of a bank, financial institution, or any type of major investor to foreign exchange contracts - both spot and forward - from a single counterparty or client.
Refers to requests for a broker to fill an order completely at a predetermined price or not at all. A direct quotation in the foreign exchange markets whereby the value of the American dollar is stated as a per-unit measure of a foreign currency. An option that can be exercised anytime during its life. Visible bids and offers on the market without the identity of the bidder and seller being revealed. An interface or "go-between" that enables a software program to interact with other software.
When a price differential arises, creating an opportunity to profit through buying and selling. An asset pricing model based on the idea that an asset's returns can be predicted using the relationship between that same asset and many common risk factors.
An option whose payoff depends on the average price of the underlying asset over a certain period of time. These types of option contracts are attractive because they tend to cost less than regular American options. The diversification of one's assets into different sectors, such as real estate, stocks, bonds, and forex, to optimize growth potential and minimize risk. An interest rate swap used to alter the cash flow characteristics of an institution's assets in order to provide a better match with its liabilities.
A person given the right or authority to act on behalf of another to carryout business transactions and implement documents. Any type of financial institution that has received authorization from a relevant regulatory body to act as a dealer involved with the trading of foreign currencies. A method of trading foreign currencies with a computer program that is based on a set of analyses that helps determine whether to buy or sell a currency pair at any one time.
A method of executing trades without inputting them manually. A procedure implemented to protect an option holder where the Option Clearing Corporation will automatically exercise an "in the money" option for the holder. A trading strategy where buy and sell orders are placed automatically based on an underlying system or program.
When the bid on an order is lower or the ask price is higher than the current market price for the security. Refers to the administrative arm of financial service companies, who carry out and confirm financial transactions. A record of all transactions made by one particular country with others during a certain time period. Countries with high productivity growth also experience high wage growth, which leads to higher real exchange rates. The BIS is an international organization fostering the cooperation of central banks and international financial institutions.
In general terms, the base currency is the currency in which an investor or issuer maintains its book of accounts. An economic measure for the balance of payments that combines the current account and capital account balances. A forex trading strategy that involves the sale of the U. Any market that exhibits a declining trend. A change in market conditions that forces pessimistic investors attempting to profit from price declines to buy back an investment at a higher price than they sold it for.
A speculative options trading strategy that consists of purchasing a short position in both a call and a put that have the same strike price and expiration date. A local currency used in the Berkshires, a region in western Massachusetts. The price an investor is willing to pay for an asset. The difference between the bid and the ask price. Refers to the first number to the left of the decimal point in an exchange rate quote, which changes so infrequently that dealers often omit them in quotes.
A monetary system in which a government recognizes coins composed of gold or silver as legal tender. Bitcoin mining is the process by which transactions are verified and added to the public ledger, known as the block chain, and also the means through which new bitcoin are released.
A Polish-based bitcoin exchange. Any currency that is mainly used for domestic transactions and does not freely trade on a forex market usually due to government restrictions. Bonds are debt instruments used to raise capital, which are issued for periods greater than one year. The currency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Let Toptal match you with top developer talent for your next project. Start Now at toptal.
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