Symbol for Canadian Dollar.
A type of option which gives the owner the right, but not the obligation, to buy an asset at a predetermined price within a specific time period.
A strategy constructed when an equal number of call options are bought and sold at the same time.
A type of bond that permits the issuer the right to redeem the bond prior to maturity.
A different price chart format display of the high, low, open and closing prices which resemble candlesticks — wide vertical bars with thin lines that extend above and below.
The profit that results from the sale of a capital asset where the selling price exceeds the purchase price.
An increase in the market price of a capital asset.
The opposite of Capital Gain — the amount that a capital asset selling price is below it’s purchase price.
Total monetary value of all stocks and bonds issued by a corporation.
The act of selling a security at a loss for the purpose of moving the proceeds of the sale to less rusky investments.
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