A bond with a face value lower than $1k.
A percentage fee that investors pay when redeeming mutual fund shares within a specified duration, typically 5 to 10 years.
Often referred to as ""Hybrid Funds", these are Mutual funds that invest in near equal proportions with both stocks and bonds for the purpose of growth and income.
A graphical representation of price activity for a specific time interval where open, high, low and closing prices for the interval are specified.
This is the first currency listed in a Forex currency pair. It serves as the basis for which the currency exchange rate will be quoted.
Is the minimum lending rate of the central bank for any given country.
A common unit of measure (1/100th of one percent) used to describe the percentage change in value of a financial instrument or interest rates.
An investor sentiment derived from a pessimistic belief that the financial markets (or any financial instrument within) is going to fall in value.
A price chart pattern that represents asharp downtrend on high volume followed by generally sideways activity of gradually higher highs and higher lows.
A long-term market trend where the prices of securities have declined by a significant (15-20)percentage and drives sustained pessimism among investors.
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