An economic policy advisor supporting monetary policies involving high-interest rates.
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.
Expression referring to shares in corporations that usually have large profit margins.
Stocks boasting larger than average dividend yields.
These are the highest and lowest points of the traded prices of an asset, measured over a predefined period of time.
Past economic achievements of a particular security or index.
One of the biggest stock exchanges in the world located in Hong Kong.
A period of rapid inflation that leaves a country’s currency virtually worthless.