Tag: H


An economic policy advisor supporting monetary policies involving high-interest rates.

Head and Shoulders

A technical analysis term referring to a chart formation in which a price exhibits three successive rallies, the second one being the highest. The name derives from the fact that on a chart the first and third rallies look like shoulders and the second looks like a head.


A hedge is a type of protective investment designed to offset adverse price movements in a given asset. Typically, a hedge is an offsetting position taken in a related security.


It’s a trading strategy used to commence an investment activity with the sole purpose of protecting against loss in another investment activity, such as selling to neutralize a past purchase or buying to offset a previous sale. While it might reduce losses, its tendency is to reducing potential profits as well.

High-Margin Securities

Expression referring to shares in corporations that usually have large profit margins.


These are the highest and lowest points of the traded prices of an asset, measured over a predefined period of time.


A period of rapid inflation that leaves a country’s currency virtually worthless.