Definitions Starting with "n"
A company's total profit after operating expenses, depreciation, interest, and taxes have been backed out of revenue.
A computerized system designed by the National Association of Securities Dealers for efficient securities transactions.
A label given to stock traders who trade erratic and irrationally.
A mutual fund where shares may be bought or sold void of commission or sales fees.
|Noncumulative Preferred Stock||
A version of Preferred Stock where the holder loses the rights to any undeclared dividends within the current period.
An attribute of a security that gives the owner the right to transfer ownership.
|Negative Directional Indicator||
An attribute of the Average Directional Index (ADX) that quantifies the occurrence of an downtrend.
The difference in a trader's open long and open short positions in a specific option or stock.
|New York Stock Exchange||
The oldest stock exchange (based upon market capitalization) within the United States -- owned by Intercontinental Exchange and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The opposite of a Covered Call, this is an options strategy where a trader sells an options contract without owning the underlying asset.
The plotting of a data set with symmetrical frequency where the resulting pattern is a Bell Curve.