Forex Terms

Basic Terms

1.Currency Pair

Money is a country custom currency. The most common trading of eight currencies (USD , JPY, GBP, CHF, CAD, AUD, NZD) are called major currencies and all other currencies are called To currency. The currency pair is the currency of two currencies that cross the currency quoted, for example EUR / USD .

2.Direct Trade

Refers to the international foreign exchange market, a country’s currency is directly exchanged with the dollar is straight, simple to understand: all direct contact with the dollar are straight, for example: EUR / USD, USD / CAD and so on.

3.Cross Pair / Cross Trade

There is no US dollar for the cross currency exchange rate offer, which is not linked to the dollar, such as (EUR / GBP), (GBP / JPY).

4.Exchange Rate

Foreign exchange rate (FXRate, Foreign Exchange Rate) is the currency of another country to represent the price of the currency, such as USD / CHF exchange rate of 1.0022, it means that 1 US dollars equal to 1.0022 Swiss francs.

5.Big Chart Quote

Refers to the first few digits of the exchange rate. These figures are rarely changed in normal market volatility and are therefore often omitted from the quotation of traders, especially when the market activity is frequent. For example, the dollar / yen exchange rate is 107.30 / 107.35, but in the oral quotation is not the first three digits, only reported “30/35”.

6.Fixed Exchange Rate

Fixed exchange rate is based on the amount of gold in the currency, forming a fixed ratio between the exchange rate. This exchange rate is either adjusted by the input and output of gold, or under the control of the monetary authorities, fluctuates within the statutory range, and thus has relative stability. It is basically fixed, the exchange rate fluctuation is limited to a defined range of exchange rates.

7.Floating Exchange Rate

Floating exchange rate refers to the exchange rate of a country’s currency according to the market money supply and demand changes, let its free fluctuations, governments and central banks in principle, no restrictions, nor to assume the obligation to maintain the exchange rate stability, The exchange rate is the floating exchange rate system. Its formal universal implementation, is the 20th century, the late 70s after the dollar crisis intensified after the start.

8.Cross Rate

Refers to the development of the basic exchange rate, the local currency exchange rate for other foreign currencies can be applied through the basic exchange rate, so that the exchange rate is the cross exchange rate, also known as the exchange rate (also called cross-disk). Foreign exchange transactions often involve two non-dollar currencies trading, while the international financial market quotations are mostly dollars in another currency quotation, this time, the need for exchange rate sets.

9. Inter-Bank Rate

Also known as inter-bank exchange rate, refers to the inter-bank foreign exchange trading exchange rate. It is higher than the buying rate, lower than the selling rate, generally between the two in the middle of the price. Foreign exchange banks to the interbank exchange rate plus a certain difference after the decision on the customer exchange rate. The bank exchange rate is the wholesale price and the customer exchange rate is the retail price.

10. Base Currency / Quoted Currency

According to the definition of exchange rate, its expression is a unit of the base currency can be exchanged for the number of units of the standard currency, that is: the number of fixed-price method under the fixed currency is called the base currency (Base Currency), the number of changes in the currency is the standard currency (Quoted Currency). For example, EUR / USD is quoted at 1 euro equal to the number of dollars, so the benchmark currency is EUR, the price of USD .

11. Direct Quotation

Also called to meet the price, that a certain unit (usually 1) of the foreign currency as the standard, to calculate how much of the domestic currency to pay the offer. That is, the national currency as the standard currency, foreign currency as the benchmark currency. The vast majority of countries in the world use the direct price method, USD / JPY 113.307, that $ 1 = 113.37 yen.

12. Indirect Quotation

Also called the receivable price, that a certain unit (usually 1) of the national currency as the standard, to calculate how much foreign currency should be quoted. That is, the national currency as the benchmark currency, foreign currency as the standard currency, such as GBP / USD 1.06025, that 1 pound = 1.06025 US dollars

13. Interest Rate Swap

Interest rate swap refers to the exchange of interest rates and floating interest rates in the same amount of funds with the same amount of money, the same amount of debt (the same principal) and the same maturity. This exchange is the two sides, such as Party A to a fixed interest rate in exchange for the floating rate of Party B, Party B at the floating rate in exchange for a fixed rate of Party A, so called interchangeable. The purpose of interchange is to reduce capital costs and interest rate risk.

14. Currency Swap

Currency swaps refers to the same amount of money, the same period, the same interest rate method, but the currency of the exchange of different debt funds, but also for different interest rates of currency exchange. In simple terms, the exchange of money between the two currencies is the currency, the debt and debt relationship between them has not changed.

15. Currency Warrant

There are currently six currency warrants, including AUD / USD AUD / USD, USD / JPY USD / JPY (C) and Put Warrants (P) to choose from. Example, USYEN @ EC809, US on behalf of the dollar, YEN on behalf of the yen, C for the subscription, if the subscription card is optimistic about the dollar, bearish yen; put the card is a bearish dollar, optimistic about the yen. Optimistic about the same one at the same time bearish another.

16. Transaction Costs

The difference between the bid price and the selling price is also the cost of a trading round. A trading round refers to a buy (or sell) transaction of the same number, the same currency pair, and a sell (or buy) transaction that is used to offset. In the example of EUR / USD in Table 4.1, the transaction cost is three points. The formula for calculating transaction costs is: transaction cost = selling price – bid price

17. Rollover

The rollover is the process of extending the original delivery date of a transaction to another date. The cost of this process is determined by the difference between the two currencies.
Forex trading with margin can increase your purchasing power. If your margin account has $ 2,000 and the allowable leverage is 100: 1, you can get a maximum bid of $ 2,000,000 in foreign exchange because you only have to pay one percent of the purchase price as a mortgage The In other words, you have a purchasing power of $ 2,000,000.

18. Option

Option means that the right to buy or sell a certain quantity of a particular commodity at a particular price at a particular time in the future. It is a financial instrument based on the futures, giving the buyer (or holder) the right to buy or sell the underlying asset. The holder of the option may choose the right to buy or not to buy, sell or not to sell within the time limit of the option, he may enforce the right, or give up the right, and the seller of the option only has an option contract The obligation to specify. There are stock options, stock options, interest rate options, commodity options, and foreign exchange options, depending on the subject matter on the option contract.

19. Binary Options

Also known as digital options, fixed income options, is the transaction form of the most simple one of the financial trading tools. There are only two possible outcomes of the binary option at maturity, based on whether the underlying asset is below or below the strike price for a specified period of time (for example, the next hour, day, week, etc.) income. If the underlying asset moves to meet the pre-determined start conditions, the binary option trader will receive a fixed amount of income, otherwise the loss of a fixed amount of part of the investment, that is, fixed income and risk.

20. Interest Arbitrage

Interest Arbitrage refers to the investor or borrower at the same time using the difference between the two interest rates and currency exchange rate difference, the flow of capital to make a profit. Arbitrage is divided into offset arbitrage and non-offset arbitrage two.

21. Arbitrage of exchange

Arbitrage of exchange refers to the use of different foreign exchange market foreign exchange difference in a foreign exchange market to buy a currency, while in another foreign exchange market to sell the currency to earn profits. In the set of foreign exchange market due to the number of different, divided into two sets of arbitrage, triangular sets of arbitrage and multi-angle arbitrage.

22. Counterparty

In the foreign exchange market transactions, want to buy a product, must also have another person to sell the product, the transaction can be reached, this supply and demand to form a liquidity, and the recipient of the order has become a counterparty. In other words, when you make money, the counterparty lose money; when you lose money, the opponent to win money. When the broker becomes the customer’s counterparty, it is the B-book model; when the broker’s first-level liquidity provider: medium-sized banks, market makers and other customers to become the counterparty, is the A-Book.

23. A-Book / B-Book

When the broker becomes the customer’s counterparty, it is the B-book model; when the broker’s first-level liquidity provider: medium-sized banks, market makers and other customers to become the counterparty, is the A-Book.

24. Pending Order

Pending order refers to the customer specified transaction currency, the amount and the transaction target price, once the offer to meet or exceed the customer specified price, that is, the implementation of the customer’s instructions to complete the transaction, the transaction price for the bank’s real offer. The linked rate should be better than our current exchange rate, otherwise, press the real-time exchange rate. The pending order is valid on that day. Before the transaction, the customer can also take the initiative to withdraw the unsetting instructions. After the order is made, the amount of the pending order is immediately frozen and the amount can not be used for payment or other purposes during the trading day unless the transaction is canceled.
There are four types of pending orders: buy limit , sell limit, buy stop , sell stop .

25. Slippage

Slippage refers to a transaction or pending order transactions, the actual order transaction price and the difference between the default price of a transaction phenomenon. Because the transaction through the Internet, are inevitably the emergence of investors – the server – the bank between the three times or even the price confirmation so there will be a slippage. At the same time lack of liquidity, market volatility, large data released when the reasons are caused by slippage.

Common Terms

1. Pip

The smallest unit of exchange rate change is called pip. If the euro / dollar exchange rate rose from 1.2250 to 1.2251, then the change is just one pip. Last digit of Forex quotation is binary digit of pip value, and so on.

2. Spreads

Spread is the difference between the bid and ask. The smaller the bid price and the selling price, the less the cost for the investor. Long-term trading down, the size of the spread of short-term investors, the overall profit and loss of the larger impact on the long-term investors almost no impact. Take the euro / dollar as an example: the bid is 1.4390, the offer is 1.4393, and the selling price is 3 pips. If you want to buy EUR at this time, it will be at 1.4393, and the profit and loss will show a loss of 3 pips, or $ 30 (3 * $ 10 = $ 30). This $ 30 loss can be seen as the cost of position. Spread is actually the cost of our transaction.

3. Pip Value

Pip value is the value of between the bid price and the selling price when making a foreign exchange transaction. For details, please refer to the foreign exchange calculation.

4. Margin

Margin refers to the buyer or seller in accordance with the provisions of the transaction market to pay the funds, specifically for the settlement of orders and performance guarantee.
Used margin = number of lots * contract size / lever
Gold and silver used margin = number of lots * contract unit * market price / leverage
CFD margin is fixed
Available margin = net value – used margin – spread

5. Variation Margin

Additional margin refers to the provisions of the liquidation, membership margin account in the amount of short, in order to maintain the amount of margin in the initial margin level, and asked members to increase the deposit to pay. The balance of the current day minus the margin is the balance of the funds. If the day’s equity is less than the margin, it means that the balance of funds is negative, but also means that the margin is insufficient.

6. Contract Size

Contract Size in foreign exchange is also called the contract unit, that is, the volume itself is the amount of money to buy / sell. For example: foreign exchange, 10 million contract units for a standard lot, also known as 100K (K = kilogram), which means that the minimum transaction share per pen is 100000 benchmark currency.

7. STP

STP, full name Straight under processing, is a kind of bridge, there is no trader backstage (trader backstage, English for dealing desk, often translated as “trader platform”) in which to quote and control the market price No customer orders), all customer orders directly to the liquidity provider (or liquidity providers, that is, other brokers and banks), buy / sell prices determined by those liquidity providers. The STP platform without the trader’s backstage bridges all order information directly to the liquidity provider, which trades with the opposite position of the customer, and closes the position with the other transaction in order to obtain profit.

Three key elements of STP foreign exchange platform

1) Providing Liquidity
ECN trading platform will be orders to spread to the ECN liquidity pool, which has a large number of inter-bank transactions in the liquidity provider.
The STP platform has its own internal pool of funds, which is made up of some of the scheduled liquidity providers, and only those liquidity providers who have signed up with STP brokers will be there. These liquidity providers provide the best buy / sell price for orders from STP trading platforms. The better the liquidity, the buy / sell price will be more favorable, the lower the spread will be. If there is only one liquidity provider, then there is no price competition between the liquidity providers, which is equivalent to just add a middleman to trade inside.

2) Spread Type
Fixed Spread STP Forex Platform: Spreads are not fixed on the basis of the minimum buy bid in multiple liquidity providers. If the STP broker has only one liquidity provider, the role of the liquidity provider is the only negative side of the trader, in which case the buy / sell price is determined by the liquidity provider.
Floating Spread STP Forex Platform: Liquidity providers offer the best buy / sell prices, STP brokers choose one of the best buy prices from a liquidity provider and choose one of the best Of the bid price, so that customers can provide the lowest point of sale.

3) Immediate implementation or market price implementation
Immediate execution refers to the order will not directly enter the market, will be dealt with by the broker.
The implementation of the market price is that the order information is sent to the market, the price determined by the market liquidity providers.
STP brokers offering market access to direct market access to direct market access (Direct Market Access)

8. ECN

ECN is the electronic communication network (ECN), which makes the order of the ECN users directly on the network. The price of the transaction is made up of all the transactions involved in this ECN environment, including individual investors, small banks, Investment institutions, hedge funds, etc., in accordance with the price and time to optimize the fair match the transaction.

Broadly speaking, the ECN model includes STP bridging. The biggest advantage of ECN is the fair and genuine ECN model, which is only responsible for delivering orders from customers and earning fees, while customer orders are in this ECN liquidity pool and other The counterparty to trade, the opponent may be hedge funds, banking institutions or non-bank institutions, or other investors and so on. And because the ECN brings together a lot of liquidity, so these liquidity providers in order to be able to get more orders to deal with the opportunity to produce a bid between each other, so that customers can enjoy a lower transaction costs is spread, And the fastest speed real-time transactions. But the ECN account threshold is higher, the initial size of the account, the number of transactions, trading volume has certain requirements, suitable for institutional investors and large funds account and so on.

9. EA

EA refers to Expert Advisor (EA), which can also be translated as a “expert consultant”, commonly known as an intelligent trading system, which is a process of machine transactions by computer simulation traders. The computer is based on a pre-edited trading strategy Program to execute a trade order. Automated trading strategy mainly includes three elements: order execution, risk management and fund management.

The intelligent trading system is an international financial and monetary trading system running on a specific trading platform. The principle is that the effective international financial and monetary trading strategy is written in a special programming language (MQL / Java / C ++) into a computer program. Set the conditions for the automatic implementation of positions and trading, the results of the loss depends on the trading system of the strategic quality.

Complete trading logic includes: 1, admission conditions to determine; 2, position conditions to determine; 3, position control; 4, the conditions to judge. Traders can write their own trading strategies into EA, invocation of various indicators, price cycle, historical data comparison, etc. can be implemented in EA through the programming method can be achieved. The speed of the computer is much faster than the human brain, so it can be in some fleeting admission opportunities in the rapid trading, greatly improving the quality of the transaction.

The quality of the intelligent trading system depends directly on the trading strategy developed by the trader, and a good trading strategy can achieve a stable profit, even if the loss will be in a very small range of control, and poor trading strategy may be Resulting in trading accounts in a very short period of time on a huge loss or even burst warehouse. EA currently available on the market are fully automatic and semi-automatic two, fully automatic EA will be completely independent of the implementation of trading strategies, and semi-automatic need to manually assist the order or liquidation.
Traditional EA is divided into: grid type, trend type, hedging type, arbitrage type.

10. MM / Markets Maker

Refers to the financial market, a number of independent securities dealers, investors bear a certain securities to buy and sell, buyers and sellers do not have to wait for the emergence of counterparties, as long as there is a market maker to bear the transaction counterparty to reach a deal The Market makers use this constant sale to maintain market liquidity and meet the investment needs of public investors. The market maker compensates the cost of the services provided by the appropriate difference between the sale and the offer and makes a certain profit.

In essence, the emergence of market makers from the supply and demand imbalance. In a market that lacks liquidity, this difference in time and space results in a transaction that can not be achieved because buyers and sellers do not necessarily appear or trade the same number of products at the same time. The emergence of market makers, making the arrival of different time to meet the needs of the transaction.

Characteristics are:

1) Profit model, through the control of buying and selling spreads for profit, there is no obvious speculative intent;
2) Trading methods, market makers need to provide bilateral quotes to the market, and do not know in advance the direction of the opponent’s trading, the market is a passive transaction, to a certain extent, with the role of stabilizing market price fluctuations;
3) Risk management, due to light trading, market makers to hedge the way to manage inventory risk;
4) Obligation to do business, if the customer needs to quote when the inquiry, reported the bid to buy and sell must be within a certain range, and the minimum amount of the sale to meet the requirements;
5) Providing liquidity, when the lack of market liquidity or price volatility when the market maker by offering a quote to promote the transaction to achieve.

According to the coexistence model of the bidding system, the market maker system can be divided into a purely market maker system and a mixed market maker system. The so-called pure market maker system, refers to a product of the transaction entirely through the market maker to complete. The so-called mixed market maker system, refers to a product transaction may be completed through the auction transaction, may also be done by the market maker, a bid and the market maker coexistence model.

However, MM model of the market makers will usually be classified customers, resulting in customers facing slippage, orders difficult to deal, repeat the offer and other multiple obstacles, and market makers and customers to gamble transactions, usually a great odds, and transparency Depending on the market maker itself.

11. Bid / Ask

Bid price is the price on the foreign exchange market willing to buy a particular currency pair. The trader can sell the base currency at this price, which is on the left side of the quotation. For example, the dollar / Swiss franc offer is 1.4527 / 32, the purchase price is 1.4527; that is, you can sell 1 US dollars 1.4527 Swiss francs.
Ask price is the price on the foreign exchange market willing to sell a particular currency pair. The trader can buy the base currency at this price, which is on the right side of the quote. For example, the US dollar / Swiss franc offer is 1.4527 / 32, the selling price is 1.4532; that is, you can buy 1.4532 Swiss francs for $ 1. Foreign exchange selling price is also called selling exchange rate.

12. Spread

Spread is the difference between the bid price and the selling price.

13. Quotation

Exchange rates in the foreign exchange market are expressed in the following format:
Basic currency / quote currency bid / selling price
Such as: EUR / USD 1.2604 / 07, GBP / USD 1.5089 / 94, Swiss franc / JPY 84.40 / 45
Under normal circumstances, only the last two numbers are displayed. If the bid price exceeds the bid price of 100 pips, then the right side of the slash will have three numbers (such as the euro / Czech kroner 32.5420 / 780). This is only the case when the quote currency is so weak.

14. Liquidity

Liquidity is actually the ability of investors to quickly trade a certain amount of assets at a reasonable price based on the basic supply and demand conditions of the market. Simply put, liquidity is the cost of executing a certain number of transactions quickly. The higher the liquidity of the market, the lower the cost of real-time transactions. In general, lower transaction costs mean higher liquidity, or a corresponding better price. How to measure liquidity?
Market depth: depth indicators mainly refers to the depth of the offer, that is, at a particular price (usually the best offer) on the number of orders.
The depth of the transaction: the size of the transaction, which is an after the indicators to measure the best trading price on the number of transactions.
Depth improvement: refers to the order when the number of orders over the best bid on the offer, the order is equal to or better than the price of the transaction price of the situation.
The rate at which the order is actually executed in the market. The turnover rate includes three indicators: First, the market price orders and better than the best offer price limit orders the probability of real-time transactions; Second, the order in accordance with the single price of all transactions ratio; Third, the order part of the implementation of the volume of orders The ratio. The turnover rate is also a very important indicator for price orders that are inferior to the best offer.

15. Swap

In a foreign exchange transaction, each transaction involves two currencies, which contain two different interest rates, and the payment or collection of interest is based on the difference between the two and the position of the position. The interest rate is calculated on the basis of the difference between the two countries’ interest rate differences. When the investor has a higher selling rate and a lower interest rate, the interest rate will be paid. When the investor’s interest rate is higher, The lower the currency, you can earn overnight interest. Interest is based on bank practice in accordance with T +2 delay settlement, that is, two banks began to calculate the work later. See Forex calculations
Overnight interest = annual interest rate difference / 360 days * 1 standard lot contract size * lots * exchange rate price (long / short) * interest rate days

16. Clearing

Throw the risk to the market or the liquidity provider (the banking institution)

17. Scalp

Scalp refers to a fast-track out of the ultra-short-term trading method, refers to the trading investors in a very short period of time frequent orders and other operations. Very easy to fast-forward out of ultra-short-term trading. This requires investors to market trends, support resistance to make some accurate judgments, and then use the highly leveraged interest rate to profit, is a most of the probability of profit by the model.

18. PAMM (Percentage Allocation Management Module)

PAMM management model is the percentage of the distribution management model (Percentage Allocation Management Module) abbreviation, refers to a Valet financial account, investors and account fund managers in accordance with the agreed proportion of distribution of profits. Investors can use the PAMM account manager’s wisdom and wealth of trading experience, the money into the PAMM account, by the account manager with a centralized management interface on behalf of its transactions. The account manager extracts a portion of the proceeds from the transaction proceeds as management pay.

19. MAM (Multiple Account Management)

MAM is a multi-account management software that helps professional traders to manage multiple accounts, MAM accounts can add an unlimited number of trading accounts, and the distribution model can be distributed by percentage or by asset. MAM account orders can be bulk transactions, the occasional allocation of multiple management accounts, you can also all orders, set up for the money manager.

20. LAMM (Lot Allocation Management Module)

The LAMM management model is an abbreviation for the Lot Allocation Management Module. It means that the fund manager has the ability to individually trade different customer accounts and manage it through a single interface, allowing the fund manager to trade, Account, and print multiple accounts of the report, without having to log in each of the individual accounts. As the funds manager for each customer account for separate management, so different customers of the margin, profits and losses and rolling costs will be different. LAMM is a general management account, the customer must sign a “limited power of attorney”, commissioned by the operator to use LAMM account to manage their trading account, and the customer’s account will be placed under LAMM. The LAMM account can be used to select those accounts under the name of the account before each order, and set the amount of operation. The account under LAMM is a read-only account and the customer can not trade on his own. The customer can fill in the “revoke limited power of attorney” to withdraw his account from LAMM, after which the customer can trade his account.

Professional Terms

1. Position

Position is a market agreement, promised to buy and sell the contract in the initial position, buy the contractor is long, in anticipation of the site; sell the contract for the short, in the part.

2. Short

The transaction is expected to fall in the future foreign exchange market prices, that is, according to the current market price to sell a certain amount of currency or options contracts, and other prices fell and then added to the end.

3. Long

Traders expect the future foreign exchange market prices will rise to the current price to buy a certain amount of currency, after a period of time after the exchange rate rise, the higher the price of hedging the contract area, and thus make a profit. This way is the first to buy after the sale of the way.

4. At Par

Neither long nor short, that is called parity or flat. If the investor has no place, or all the parts offset each other, that is called flat.

5. Open Position

Any transaction that has not been paid in real terms or is equivalent to the equivalent or opposite transaction.

6. Closed Position

By selling (buying) the same currency to settle the previously bought (sold) currency position.

7. Hedge

Hedging trading is a concept. As a way of trading, it follows the “market neutral” principle, it is a specific position as a financial vector, the direction of the vector for the open, hedge trading is through different directions of financial instruments to do the open management, Often through the matching position to fit the exposure (arbitrage) to achieve the absolute risk management under the exposure. To find the market or commodity efficiency gap between the formation of arbitrage space, through two or more transactions, the use of hedging mechanisms to avoid risks, so that the market risk to minimize. A simple explanation is the profit and loss of transactions, that is, two related market quotation at the same time, in the opposite direction, the number of considerable, profit and loss transactions.

8. Stop Loss

Stop loss is when a loss of investment to reach a predetermined amount, the timely liquidation out to avoid the formation of greater losses. Its purpose is to limit the loss of investment in a small range.

9. Stop Profit

Stop Profit means that when the stock price rose by a few percent or up to a price, to lighten up. Use this approach can control the profit to a certain height, to maximize their own interests.

10. Interval

The fluctuation of the currency up and down over a period of time.

11. Detrended Price Oscillator

Money in a range back and forth, fluctuating.

12. Shift Up / Shift Down

Price target, the price above the resistance level, the price below the support level.

13. Bottom

Under the important support level.

14. Long Run / Medium Run / Short Run

Long: one month to more than half a year (more than 200 pips); medium: one week – one month (100 pips to 200 pips); short: one day – one week (30 ~ 50 pips).

15.Bull Market / Bear Market Bull Market / Bear Market

Bull market for long-term one-way up; bear market for long-term one-way market down.

16. ChoppyMarket

Prices rise or fall the rate is very small, the price change is not big, the market price is like a pegged like, such as leather toughness. In the cattle market is often the volume is also very small, cow is a kind of buyers and sellers in the balance of power when the price of the market performance.

17. Thin Market / Active Market

Thin Market refers to a small amount of trading, volatility is not large; active refers to large trading volume and volatility.

18. Up / Down

Monetary value due to news or other factors have a clear direction of development.

19. Deadlock

Pan potential is unknown, the interval is narrow.

20. Correction

After a period of rapid rise or fall, encountered resistance or support, began to fluctuate up and down slightly, the rate of about 15%.

21. Make Correction

In the trend of price fluctuations, the middle of the reverse market.

22. Bottoming

When the price down to a place, a period of time is not volatile, narrow range (such as box finishing).

23. BreakPosition

Break through the support or resistance (generally need to break above 20-30 pips).

24. False Breakout

Suddenly breaks the support or resistance position, but immediately goes back.

25. Uper

Price level that expected to be sold .

26. Roll-up / Drill-down

Test the price level.

27. Panic Selling

Heard some kind of message and square the position, regardless of the price is good or bad.

28、Long Covering / Short Covering

Was holding short position, then turns to the long position; was originally holding a long position, due to news or data, turns to short position

29. One-day Reversal

Was holding (Long) / (short) position, and then hold opposite position and more than the opening price.

30. Selling Pressure / Buy Gas

Rallies of the single sellers; pay a low price.

31. Stop Buying

As short before the direction of the foreign exchange market sold out, the exchange rate does not fall up, forced to have to buy back short.

32. Lock Position

Is one of the practices of margin operation, is the same number of trading lots, but not open.

33. Wandering Order

Blew single refers to the unit in a loss state, not stop or closed, let the floating, holding the chances waiting for the market back. This is the first big account killer, than Shigekura also powerful killer.

34. Good-Till-Cancelled Order

By the trader to retain the order, at a fixed price to buy or sell. The order is valid until the customer is canceled.

35. Limit Order

In accordance with the limit or below the limit to buy, or in accordance with the limit or higher than the price to sell.

36. At Sight (On Demand)

A transaction is traded immediately, but the funds are usually completed within two days of the transaction.

37. Renewal

According to the difference of exchange rate of the two currencies, the settlement of a transaction is extended to another.

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