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Volume Price Trend Indicator (VPT)

Volume Price Trend Indicator (VPT)

The volume–price trend (VPT) indicator, also known as the price–volume trend, is a stock market indicator that helps traders link a stock’s price to its trading volume. VPT depends on a running total volume that adds or takes away a various of the rate change in share value pattern and .....

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Volume Analysis

Volume Analysis

The study of the total number of securities transacted during a given time span is known as volume analysis (also known as price-volume trend and volume oscillators). It’s a form of technical analysis that looks at the volume of traded securities in order to confirm and forecast market patt.....

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Volume Of Trade

Volume Of Trade

The total calculation of the quantity of securities, such as shares or contracts, exchanged during a trading day is called the volume of trade, also known as trading volume. Stocks, shares, options contracts, futures contracts, and other kinds of commodities are all used to quantify it. A higher .....

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Average Daily Trading Volume (ADTV)

Average Daily Trading Volume (ADTV)

The number of shares of a given stock that change hands on average within a single trading day is referred to as average daily trading volume (ADTV) by investors. It’s also the average number of stocks traded over a given time period. The average daily volume can be calculated by averaging .....

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Short Interest Ratio

Short Interest Ratio

The short interest ratio (SIR), also known as the days-to-cover ratio, is a basic calculation that divides the number of shares short in stock by its average daily trading volume. It shows how long it takes on average for short sellers to cover their bets, or repurchase all of the borrowed shares.....

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Short Interest

Short Interest

The number of shares sold short but not yet repurchased or secured is referred to as short interest. It indicates how many shares are short relative to the total number of shares on the market, and it can also be expressed as a percentage, known as the short percent of the float. The short intere.....

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Put-Call Ratio (PCR)

Put-Call Ratio (PCR)

The put-call ratio (also known as the put/call ratio or PCR) is a technical metric used by investors to assess the market’s outlook. To calculate market sentiment, the ratio uses the volume of puts and calls on a market index over a specified time span. Any individual stock, as well as any .....

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Put-Call Parity

Put-Call Parity

Put–call parity is a principle in financial mathematics that describes how the values of puts, calls, and the underlying asset must be compatible with one another. It is a rule that characterizes the connection between the cost of European put alternatives and European call options of a similar.....

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Protective Put

Protective Put

A protective put, also known as a married put, is a risk-management technique in which investors use options contracts to protect themselves against the loss of a stock or asset. A synthetic call is another name for a defensive put technique. It is a portfolio procedure where a financial backer p.....

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Flower Bond

Flower Bond

A flower bond, also known as estate tax anticipation bonds, is a type of bond issued by the United States Treasury until April 1971 that matured at par value and paid the bondholder’s federal estate taxes upon their death. At the point when flower bonds are given up in installment of charge.....

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Discount Bond

Discount Bond

A discount bond (also known as a deep discount bond) is a bond that was sold at a lower price than its par (or face) value or that is actually trading for a lower price in the secondary market. It’s similar to a zero-coupon mortgage, except that it doesn’t pay interest until the bond .....

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Accumulation Phase

Accumulation Phase

The term accumulation phase refers to the timeframe (frequently quite a long while or even many years) during which an annuitant (annuity policyholder) is making money commitments to an annuity account. It is the second step in the investment process, and it has two definitions for investors and .....

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