Definitions Starting with "l"
The lowest closing price for a security over a specific period of time.
A bond that reaches maturity in excess of ten years.
Describes an active position in a security where the investor's sentiment is that the price will go up, resulting in profit.
A chart where price scale is skewed so that a specific distance represents a fixed change in price. Commonly used to express exponential changes in the magnitude of numbers (prices).
A stock which carries a fixed interest rate.
The fee assessed for the purchase or redemption of shares in a mutual fund.
National Exchange traded securities.
Describes the liability where a company may face difficulty in converting an asset to cash to meet short term financial demands.
The process of converting assets into cash.
Predictive analysis that conveys the correlation between one dependent variable and one or more independent variables.
A type of trade order that instructs to buy or sell a specific number of shares at or above a specified price. The transaction is only executed when the price reaches the criteria specified.
London Interbank Offer Rate, used as the base rate for international lending.
Borrowed funding to increase the potentiali return for an investment.
The last traded price of a security.
Shares of a company with market capitalization in excess of $10 billion.
Refers to the time delay between what a technical indicator shows and the current price action of a given market. Generally used by traders to gauge strength of trends.