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For those that do not know what the law of supply and demand is, it is simply the relationship involving the suppliers and consumers of a given

The Dow Jones industrial Average, similar to the Nikkei 225, can also be abbreviated using numerical values. The Dow Jones can be abbreviated as the

The 30-year treasury is a US debt security that pays interest every 6 months until they mature, at which point they pay the face amount of the bond

The NASDAQ was created on Feb 8th, 1971, for the purpose of being a safe and secure site where investors could buy & sell securities through a

Market share is a percentile value representing the total sales generated by an individual company in a given industry. One should note that market

Japanese Yen is of course the accepted currency of Japan denoted by the abbreviation JPY. One should also note that Japan’s Yen consists of

The earnings per share (EPS) of a corporation represents how much money it receives for each share of its stock, however, it is also used to give an

Berkshire Hathaway is a holding firm that owns several companies, including GEICO and Fruit of the Loom which is led by Warren Buffett who serves as

Average True Range is a technical indicator introduced by J. Welles Wilder Jr. in 1978 which measures the volatility or risk of a given stock

Interest rate can be seen as a percentage of an initial amount borrowed by an entity that is charged to the borrower from the loaner/lender of said

After-hours trading only occurs on major stock exchanges (For Example New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ) after regular trading hours between 4:30 pm

Hedges are investments which are made in order to reduce the overall risk of adverse price adjustments for assets. Often hedges consist of acquiring

A bond is a fixed-income security which is essentially a loan made by an investor to a borrower, however, bonds can also be seen as an informal

Black Swan events are rare and unpredictable events that can pose a great threat to the health and security of the market. Trader Nassim Nicholas

A Bear market can be defined as a market in which there is a consistent decline amongst a majority of securities. This decline can often be labelled

Bollinger Bands were created and devolved by non-other than John Bollinger himself to give investors higher chances of finding positions or trends

10 Year Treasury notes are an intermediate debt security fixed with a 10-year maturity date although they can also have 2, 3, 5, or 7-year

As an investor one should have general idea of what gross margin computation may look like, suppose a company earns $1 million in sales. Presume that

What is CPI? Well, CPI is short for the Consumer Price Index and is a measure which surveys the weighted average of the given prices for consumer

A bull market is a status regarding the market as a whole or single security which is contrary to a Bear Market meaning that a Bull Market consists