Name given to the grouping of these 7 nations – United States, Germany, Japan, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Canada.
Rate at which an option gains or loses deltas over a $1 change in the price of the underlying security.
A financial ratio that compares an investor’s equity (capital) to active debt to determine level of risk.
A trade order which instructs to buy or sell at a specific price that remains active until the investor informs of cancellation or the trade is executed.
A Candlestick chart pattern represented by a bar that contains identical open and close prices occuring at the low of the day.
A naming convention for the risk variable measurements of open Option positions. See: Alpha, Beta, Delta, Gamma, Rho and Theta.
The value of a country’s finished goods and services produced within its borders, within a specific period of time.
The total value of goods and services produced by a nation within one year, comprised of the Gross Domestic Product plus net income from foreign investments.
A mutual fund with a purpose of providing both income and growth by investing in companies that have demonstrated earnings growth and consistent dividend payouts.
Shares issued by rapid growth, young, high risk companies competing in emerging industries/technology.
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