Sale or purchase of a certain product at a low price and an instantaneous opposite action (buying or selling) in another market in order to profit from the difference in rates.
The price at which a trader wants to sell a certain currency. Also, it can be called an offer.
The number of national currency units required to purchase a financial instrument (another currency, option, futures, etc.).
The first currency declared in a currency pair on Forex. For example, in USD/RUB the base currency is USD (the US dollar).
Movement of the market in the direction of price reduction. It is the opposite of a bullish reversal.
The number of units of the national currency for which the seller agrees to sell a certain financial instrument (another currency, option, futures, etc.).
The rapid and relatively unexpected price increase above the expected level, namely, the situation when the price overcomes the level of resistance or support.
A mediator, an individual or a legal entity that fulfills the clients' trading requirements, thereby binding buyers and sellers.
The growth of securities and assets market.
The main member of the country's monetary system, which has a monopoly right to issue banknotes, regulates the monetary policy of the state and controls the activities of commercial banks.
A trading tool that allows you to earn on increasing or lowering the price of assets in the world's stock markets.
The amount paid by a trader or investor for the services of a broker.
Notification of the trader about the transaction completion by the broker or a document that records the transaction's details or agreement's.
Quotation of a currency pair, demonstrating the ratio of two currencies to a third (most often, to the US dollar).
A conditional set that consists of two or more currencies, helping to determine the weighted average rate of one currency.
Trade in the market, in which transactions do not remain open at night and close during the session on the exchange.
The operation of buying and selling a trading tool.
A market participant, an individual or a legal entity that participates in trading in the financial market or exchange without intermediaries and performs the sale and purchase of goods on its own behalf.
The time interval between placing and execution of the order. The minimum delay is an indicator of the quality of service provision which depends on the reliable operation of the server.
The figure in the technical analysis, in which the trend line twice fell to a certain level and then rose higher.
Downward price movement on a certain time period of the chart.
1. Slang expression, which means the absence of open positions on the trading account.
2. Market conditions, in which the price fluctuations are minimal, there are no pronounced trends.
The international financial market, whose members carry out free currency exchange and earn on the difference in rates. The Forex market is regulated by the largest national banks with the help of such tools, as: changes in interest rate, intervention, transactions with financial instruments, etc.
The established exchange rate of the currency or commodity at which the purchase and sale transactions take place.
A currency pair or contract for difference (CFD).
An indicator of technical analysis, which is a collection of five or more candlesticks, the central of which is at the level of the highest or lowest price in a certain section of the chart. Fractals are used in combination with other technical analysis indicators to identify the most appropriate points for opening or closing trading positions.
The method of forecasting prices in the foreign exchange market, which is based on an analysis of economic indicators and political events related to one or a group of countries.
Figures expressed by trend lines that are used in technical analysis to predict subsequent movements in the exchange rate.
A method of reducing the risk of trading in the foreign exchange market, which provides for the opening of opposite transactions in order to reduce the possible losses from sharp price drops.
Add-ons for the WebTrader program designed to predict the exchange rate. Indicators provide the user with information about whether to trade, what deviations of a rate are possible, and also give a possibility to predict a trend change.
The rate of return paid by the recipient for the use of funds.
An indicator of technical analysis, which illustrates the nature of changes in prices of a financial instrument over a certain period of time. It is a rectangle, the bottom edge of which corresponds to the minimum price, and the upper one - to the maximum. If the opening price exceeds the price at which the position was closed, the candle gets a black color. Otherwise, it is white. In Asian countries, green candles are used to idicate rising prices and red ones to indicate a decline.
The ratio between the deposit of the trader and the amount that the broker is ready to provide for the execution of transactions with a large volume.
(Also Pending Order) An order to the broker to open a deal when it reaches the price of the specified level.
The ability of one asset to quickly convert into another.
The standard quantity of goods for sale. In the Forex market, 100 000 units of the base currency are accepted for 1 lot.
Financial resources that the client provides to the broker to secure an open position. Margin size is determined by the type of tool that is being traded.
Trading, in which the money provided by the broker is used as collateral (leverage). The use of margin trading is the basis for speculative currency trading.
The amount of money that must be at the disposal of the trader so that he can open a trading position of a certain amount. The size of the margin depends on the leverage that the trader himself determines: the smaller the leverage, the greater the percentage of the margin from the total amount of the trading position, and vice versa.
The difference between the amount of purchased and sold currency, which is not blocked by countertrades.
The position set up for sale or purchase, but for which the transaction between market participants has not yet been completed.
The trader's requirement to open or close a trading position.
An open position, which was moved to the next business day. In case the deal was opened on Friday, the transfer is made on Monday.
The form of cooperation, in which the shares of the enterprise (business) belong to several individuals or legal entities.
The requirement of the trader for the purchase or sale of the tool when certain conditions are met. Thus, the trader notifies of his desire to trade only at the specified price level.
The minimum characteristic of the currency price. Most often, the item (pips) is the last figures in the quotation.
The currency that is the second in the currency pair and denotes the amount for which you can buy the unit of the base currency.
Transfer of an open position to the next date. For this transfer, the broker takes a swap.
A type of trade, which is characterized by the opening of a large number of positions at relatively short intervals for a quick profit.
Trade, based on the expectation of a decline in the price of a commodity or currency.
The difference between the price at the Stop Order and the price when this order was used in the market. Usually, slippage occurs when the server is heavily loaded or if there are no offers for sale in the market.
A kind of a candle with a small body and large shadows, which are much higher (or lower) than the highs and lows of the previous days.
The difference between the prices of purchase/sale and the real value of a trading instrument. It is the basis of income of brokerage companies.
A mandatory order to establish and close a transaction at the time when the instrument reaches the level of loss that the trader is ready to incur.
The requirement for compulsory closing of the position without the client's consent in case of lack of funds to keep the position open.
The fee charged by the broker for transferring the position on the next trading day.
A trade order established at a certain price level of a financial instrument, upon reaching which the open position is automatically closed and profit is charged.
The method of predicting the movement of prices, based on the principle that all processes in the currency market are subject to certain patterns. It is a study of price charts for the purpose of detecting figures that signal in which direction the price will move.
The minimum value of the change in the price of a financial instrument. It can contain one or more items.
A trading operation aimed at acquiring or selling a financial instrument.
The monetary expression of the value of all transactions made in the foreign exchange market for a certain period of time.
A term used by binary option traders. It is used to designate a contract for the transfer of assets, the price of which, upon expiration to the side that is unprofitable for the trader, differs from the value of this asset at the time of the option purchase.
The day of delivery of financial funds and the completion of a financial transaction.
The range of price fluctuations in the time interval, which characterizes its uncertainty.