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Bear Market

A “bear market” doesn’t mean businesses instantly start losing money forever. They usually coincide with periods where profits might temporarily be less (that’s how the business cycle works, good years and bad years). var hupso_services_t=new Array("Twitter","Facebook","Google Plus","Pinterest","Linkedin","StumbleUpon","Digg","Reddit","Bebo","Delicious");var More...

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Domicile

For an investor, a domicile is the primary residence for tax purposes, established via proof of identification, such as a driver’s license or voter registration card. It is not a requirement to live at the residence.  More...

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Regulated

A set of rules created to supervise, control or restrict the exchange of financial instruments. A regulated market provides protection for the investor (consumer) so that basic information is fully disclosed.  More...

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Trading Platform

Today’s investor uses computerized financial software , called a trading platform, that when connected to the internet, can monitor accounts, manage trades and help with market analysis tools to round out a portfolio. By More...

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Portal

A portal is set up as a point of access to specific information. Usually found in businesses, news media and across the internet, a portal allows select users access to restricted content, usually that is password More...

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No touch option

This option is favored when an investor does not expect the underlying asset to hit the target price point at any time during the expected time frame. Usually, a no touch option offers a 75% return if the underlying More...

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Inbound option

The inbound option is an option on a boundary instrument offering a pre-set or fixed 75% return if the underlying asset expires “inbound”, or within a given range formed by the upper/lower values. If the inbound More...

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High option

An option on a high/low system offering a specific rate of return. The high option usually offers a 75% return when the underlying assets expires at a higher than expected price point and a 15% refund if the underlying More...

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Current Price

Current price refers to the last price in real time, unless noted otherwise. Early closure describes when an investor has the opportunity to close an open position so that the option expires immediately.  Expire More...

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Value at Risk

Also known as VaR, Value At Risk is a widely used measure of the risk of loss on a portfolio at any given time. It helps to answer the question of what is the largest loss that is likely on this investment over More...