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  • Ask

    Dies ist der aktuelle Marktpreis eines Anlagewerts, zu dem der Markt verkaufen wird. Die Preise sind bidirektional als Bid/Ask angegeben. Der Ask-Preis („Briefkurs“) wird auch als Angebot bezeichnet. Beim CFD-Handel stellt der Ask-Preis den Preis dar, zu dem ein Trader den Kontrakt kaufen kann. In dem Kurs fĂŒr GOLD ist beispielsweise 1250/1252 das notierte Produkt GOLD und der Ask-Preis ist 1252 fĂŒr eine Einheit des zugrunde liegenden Anlagewertes.

  • Asset

    Anlagewert. Eine Aktie, ein Rohstoff, eine WĂ€hrung oder ein Index.

  • Asset Index

    Dies ist eine Liste aller unserer zugrunde liegenden Anlagewerte mit Definitionen hinsichtlich des jeweiligen Wertes. Informationen zu unseren zugrunde liegenden Anlagewerten finden Sie .hier.

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  • Balkendiagramm

    Dies ist eine der beliebtesten Arten von Finanzdiagrammen. Jeder Balken in einem Diagramm stellt den Eröffnungs, Höchst-, Tiefst- und Schlusskurs in diesen Zeitraum als Balken dar. Diese Art von Diagramm wird manchmal als OHLC bezeichnet.

  • Bid

    Der Bid-Preis („ Geldkurs“) ist mit dem Ask-Preis verbunden. Jeder gehandelte Anlagewert wird mit einem Bid/Ask-Paar dargestellt. Der Bid-Preis ist der Preis, fĂŒr den Sie ein Produkt verkaufen können. Das Gebot stellt auch den Preis dar, zu dem ein Trader das Produkt verkaufen kann. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter Spreads.

  • Bullenmarkt

    Der bullische oder Bullenmarkt ist die positive Seite des Marktes oder eines Anlagewertes, wenn erwartet wird, dass es aufwÀrts geht und positiv bleibt.

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  • Candlestick Chart

    Dies ist eine der Ă€ltesten Chartmethoden sowie ein Handelssystem. Japanische Candlesticks (deutsch: „Kerzenhalter“) wurden in den 1700er Jahren von ReishĂ€ndlern entwickelt. Ein Candlestick wird in einem Finanzdiagramm gezeichnet, um die Bewegung eines Anlagewerts in einem bestimmten Zeitraum darzustellen. Die Dochte bezeichnen die Höchst- und die TiefststĂ€nde, und der Körper der Kerze zeigt die Bewegung zwischen Eröffnung und Schluss. Candlesticks sind in Farbcodes dargestellt, die bullische und bĂ€rische Marktphasen symbolisieren, abhĂ€ngig davon, ob der Preis von der Eröffnung zum Schluss stieg oder fiel. Es gibt ĂŒber 32 verschiedene Kerzenmuster und sie liefern großartige Handelsinformationen.

  • Close/Schluss/Schließen

    Close (deutsch: „Schluss“) bedeutet das Ende einer Handelsperiode. Im Aktienmarkt ist es das Ende des Handelstages. In Forex , wo 24 Stunden am Tag gehandelt wird, kann dies am Ende eines Zeitraums (z. B. bei einem Trade-Rollover) oder am Ende eines Tages um Mitternacht sein.

    Close (deutsch: „Schließen“) ist auch das, was Sie tun, wenn Sie Ihre Position beenden möchten. Der Prozess des Stoppens (Closing) eines echten Trades durch AusfĂŒhren eines Trades, der genau entgegen dem gerade offenen Trade gerichtet ist.

  • Commodities/Rohstoffe

    Commodities sind marktfĂ€hige GĂŒter oder Dienstleistungen, die produziert werden, um eine Nachfrage zu befriedigen, sei es ein BedĂŒrfnis oder eine Notwendigkeit. Commodities sind auch mit anderen gleichen Typs austauschbar. Auf den FinanzmĂ€rkten beziehen sich Commodities/Rohstoffe auf Energie, Metalle, landwirtschaftliche Erzeugnisse und mehr. Spekulanten kaufen und verkaufen Waren, lassen sich diese aber normalerweise niemals liefern.

  • Contract For Difference (CFD) / Differenzkontrakt

    Ein CFD ist ein Anlagestil, der einen Derivatetyp definiert, der den zugrunde liegenden Anlagewert einer möglichen WertÀnderung aussetzt. CFDs ermöglichen es Tradern, ihr Kapital zu hebeln und bieten alle Vorteile des Wertpapierhandels, ohne das Produkt tatsÀchlich zu besitzen. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter Gearing oder Leverage/Hebel. CFDs oder Differenzkontrakte sind eines der am schnellsten wachsenden Anlageinstrumente der Welt und werden von den Finanzaufsichtsbehörden reguliert. (CySEC)

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  • Double Bottom

    A Double Bottom is a form of chart pattern used in technical analysis. This pattern is characterized by a distinct drop in price, followed by a slight reversal (or recovery) with a second drop occurring soon after to either the same or similar level as the first, before another, significant recovery so that the chart appears to take on the form of the letter ‘W’.

  • Dow Jones

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the premier US stock indices, comprising a weighted average of the stock prices of 30 of the largest US companies.

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  • Economic Indicators

    An economic indicator is a measurement or data point on the economy that provides a barometer of how the country is doing, which could influence an asset’s value.

  • Ethereum

    Ethereum is an open source, decentralized platform based on blockchain technology created by Vitalik Buterin in 2013. It runs smart contracts on a custom-built blockchain that allows developers to create decentralized applications.

  • European Central Bank

    The European Central Bank (ECB) is the central bank for Europe’s single currency, the euro. The ECB’s main task is to maintain the euro’s purchasing power and thus price stability in the euro zone. The euro zone comprises of 17 European Union and 5 non-European Union countries that have introduced the euro since 1999.

  • Exchange

    A physical location where commodities and futures are traded.

  • Exchange Rate Risk

    The potential loss that could be incurred from an adverse movement in exchange rates.

  • Exotic Currency

    Refers to a currency that is not popularly traded or considered one of the eight major currencies.

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  • Fibonacci Channel

    Fibonacci channels are a method of predicting levels of support and resistance for a given market. It makes use of peak and valley formations in the market and lead to conclusions on how to safely forecast major changes in trend directions.

    The secret of Fibonacci channels is to identify the correct valleys and peaks to work with. Support and resistance lines can be drawn weeks and months into the future, once the appropriate tops and bottoms in the market have been detected. Only major tops and bottoms should be considered for a base line of a Channel with one or more prominent side swings. The widest swing within a time frame of the base line is used for a trigger line.

     

  • Forex (FX, Foreign Exchange) / Devisenhandel

    Forex, FX oder Devisenmarkt ist der ĂŒber Zentralbanken abgewickelte Kauf und Verkauf von WĂ€hrungen, die von Regierungen auf der ganzen Welt ausgegeben werden. Der Forex-Markt ist ein Freiverkehrsmarkt, der aus Computern auf der ganzen Welt besteht, was Transaktionen erleichtert. SchĂ€tzungsweise 7 Milliarden Dollar pro Tag werden ĂŒber diesen Marktplatz gehandelt.

  • Forward Deal

    A deal with a value date greater than the spot value date.

  • Fundamental Analysis

    Fundamental analysis is a way of understanding the changes in market valuation by analyzing economic, social, and political forces that affects the supply and demand of an asset.

    In Forex, the idea behind this type of analysis is that if a country’s current or future economic outlook is good, their currency should strengthen. The better shape a country’s economy is, the more foreign businesses and investors will invest in that country. This results in the need to purchase that country’s currency to obtain those assets.

    Forex traders who utilize Fundamental analysis often keep one eye focused on the market price action, while keeping the other financial news resources. They will study the news for information on political climate, international relations, natural disasters and other worldly events in order to determine what might be coming up in the trading arena.

  • Futures Contract

    An agreement to trade a good at a set price a later date.

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  • Gap

    Where a market moves directly from one correctly quoted price to another, significantly different, correctly quoted price.

    There can be many reasons for gapping: economic figures; company announcements; political events; natural disasters etc but the effect is that any fill on a stop loss, limit or new order may be at a different level from that requested by the trader.

  • Gas

    The processing fee for every transaction made in the Ethereum network. Gas is the metering unit for executions performed on the EVM. Gas units are a fixed number, depending on the computation, and paid with ether in a denomination called GWei.

  • Gold

    Gold is a commodity that is commonly used in jewellery and variety of electronic products and equipment due to its conductivity, malleability, and durability. Previously, it was used as a standard for monetary exchange as well. This practice was stopped with the introduction of the fiat system in the US in 1971.

  • Gross Domestic Product

    The total value of goods and services produced within the borders of the United States, regardless of who owns the assets or the nationality of the labor used in producing that output. The growth of output is measured in real terms, meaning increases in output due to inflation have been removed.

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  • Hedge

    A hedge is an investment to reduce the risk of adverse price movements in an asset. Normally, a hedge consists of taking an offsetting position in a related security, such an options or a futures contract.

  • Hedge Funds

    Hedge funds are managed portfolios aimed to generate high returns by using aggressive investment strategies. Hedge funds, despite the misleading name, aims to get the biggest bang for an investor’s money. It engages in practically any investment instrument in the foreign exchange market, from spot to futures to swaps.

  • Hyperinflation

    Hyperinflation is a condition in which price levels increase rapidly as the nation’s currency loses its value. This often occurs when there is a large increase in the money supply not supported by gross domestic product (GDP) growth, resulting in an imbalance in the supply and demand for the money.

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  • Index

    Investopedia definiert einen Index als statistisches Maß fĂŒr die VerĂ€nderungen in einem Aktienportfolio, das einen Teil des Gesamtmarktes darstellt. Der DAX, der ASX200 und der Dow Jones sind Beispiele fĂŒr Indizes. Es ist wichtig zu beachten, dass ein Index nur eine Liste von Aktien ist. Jeder kann einen erstellen.

  • Inflation

    Inflation is defined as the rise of the overall prices of goods and services over a certain period in time. This means that, as general level of prices climb, the purchasing power for each unit of currency declines.

  • Initial Margin

    The original deposit of collateral needed to enter in a trade.

  • Interest Rate Differential

    In the foreign exchange market, the interest rate differential (IRD) refers to the difference in interest rates between two similar interest-bearing currencies. In the spot foreign exchange market, this pertains to the difference in interest rates in a pair.

  • Interest Rate Risk

    The potential for losses arising from changes in interest rates.

  • Investment

    Der in eine bestimmte Option investierte Betrag.

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  • Japanese Yen

    The currency of Japan. One of the major currencies traded. Currency code (JPY)

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  • Key Pair

    In public key cryptography, a key pair is a pair of private key(s) and public key(s) that are mathematically linked to each other. Public keys are used to encrypt data, and the private key of the key pair is used to decrypt that data. This is known as asymmetric encryption. Key pairs are used to control access to your cryptocurrency.

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  • Leverage/Hebel

    Dies ist eines der wichtigsten Konzepte, das ein Trader verstehen muss, und ist das RĂŒckgrat des CFD- und Devisenhandels. Durch die Hebelwirkung kann ein Trader seine Investition steigern, indem er nur einen kleinen Prozentsatz des Wertes des Trades aufbringen muss. Das zur Sicherung eines Trades benötigte Geld wird als Margin bezeichnet. Wenn Sie beispielsweise eine Position im Wert von 10.000 USD eröffnen, indem Sie eine Margin-Einzahlung von 1.000 USD vornehmen, haben Sie ein HebelverhĂ€ltnis von 10:1. Auch als Leverage bezeichnet.

  • LIBOR

    Stands for the London Inter-Bank Offered Rate. It is used as a reference rate by banks to borrow from other banks. It is the most widely accepted interest rates for forwards, futures and interest rate swap contracts.

    The British Bankers Association is the institution that sets LIBOR. It is calculated by getting the average offered rate of 16 multinational banks at exactly 11 A.M GMT. This allows banks to secure funds at a cheaper cost, because they are borrowing at the interbank rate.

  • Limit Order

    Das VerstĂ€ndnis der Arten von MarktauftrĂ€gen ist beim Traden von entscheidender Bedeutung. Eine Limit Order ist eine Order zum Schließen Ihrer Position, falls der Markt einen bestimmten Preis erreicht. Es kann auch ein Take Profit genannt werden. Sie können eine Limit Order verwenden, um Ihren Gewinn automatisch aus einer Position zu ziehen, wenn der Preis Ihr angegebenes Ziel erreicht. Dies ist die andere Seite eines Stop Loss, der Sie davor schĂŒtzt, Ihr letztes Hemd zu verlieren.

  • Liquidity

    In the Forex market, liquidity pertains to a currency pair’s ability to be bought and sold without causing significant change in its exchange rate. A currency pair is said to have high level of liquidity when it is easily bought or sold and there is a significant amount of trading activity for that pair.

  • Litecoin

    Litecoin (LTC) is a type of cryptocurrency that was created by former Google employee Charlie Lee in 2011. It functions similarly to bitcoin, but with a higher maximum number of coins that can be mined. 84 million litecoins will be produced, which is 4 times as many currency units as bitcoin. Litecoin blocks can also be created faster, once every 2.5 minutes compared to Bitcoin’s algorithm which is one block every 10 minutes. It also offers features such as Segregated Witness and the Lightning Network which allows for faster processing at lower cost.

  • Long Position

    Hierbei handelt es sich um eine Art von Investition, bei der Trades ĂŒber mehrere Tage offen bleiben. Diese Positionen können eine Verfallszeit von Wochen oder sogar Monaten haben.

  • Lot

    A unit of measurement that measures the amount of the transaction. It is always an integer number.

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  • MACD

    Moving Average Convergence/Divergence, an indicator used in technical analysis that was invented in the 1970s as a means of showing the differences between both the fast and slow EMAs (Exponential Moving Average) of closing prices, although since 1986 the graph has been produced as a histogram.

    The moving average as expressed by the MACD is essentially the average of a price over a certain set amount of time and the MACD enables easy demonstration of the relationship between two exponential examples of the moving average.

  • Margin

    The necessary money needed to maintain a position. The required initial deposit of collateral to enter into a position or foreign exchange trade.

  • Margin Call

    A demand for additional funds to cover open trade positions.

  • Market Order

    An order to make a transaction at the current market price.

  • Momentum

    Momentum, in technical analysis, refers to the overall rate of change in the price of an asset. Momentum is calculated simply by taking the slope of the trendline, which tracks the price levels of an asset over time.

  • Monetary Policy

    Monetary policy refers to the process by which a monetary authority controls the money supply in the economy. Usually it is the central bank that carries out the task, adjusting the amount of money available in order to spur economic growth, stabilize prices and exchange rates, and promote employment.

  • Moving Average

    The average of prices over a given time. Can be used as a trading tool.

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  • NEM

    NEM (XEM) refers to the cryptocurrency and the name of a platform for management of a variety of assets, including currencies, supply chains, ownership records, etc. It offers additional features to blockchain technology such as multi-signature accounts, encrypted messaging, etc.

  • Net Position

    The amount of currency bought or sold that hasn’t been offset by opposite transactions.

  • Nonfarm Payroll Employment

    An estimate of the number of payroll jobs at all nonfarm business establishments and government agencies. Information is also provided on the unemployment rate, average number of hours worked per week, and average hourly and weekly earnings. Nonfarm Payroll numbers are included in the monthly Employment Situation report.

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  • Open Position

    An active trade that has yet to be closed.

  • Over The Counter

    A market conducted directly between dealers and principals via a telephone and computer network rather than a regulated exchange trading floor.

    Stocks of small companies, bonds, and other securities that aren’t traded over a formal exchange can be traded over the counter. In over-the-counter markets, dealers, also known as market makers, buy and sell securities from their own inventories. As such, if an investor wanted to buy or sell a certain security, he would contact a dealer of the particular security and ask for appropriate bid or ask price.

  • Overnight Position

    A position that stays open until the next trading day.

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  • Pip

    Pips sind die kleinste Bewegungseinheit eines Anlagewertes. Ein Pip stammt aus dem Forex-Markt und wird auch im Preis eines CFDs verwendet. Pips beziehen sich auf Ziffern, die in der vierten Dezimalstelle hinzugefĂŒgt oder davon abgezogen werden. Eine Einheit des Preises wird als Punkt bezeichnet. Ihr Gewinn/Verlust wird durch die Änderung der Punktezahl der von Ihnen gehandelten Einheit bestimmt.

  • Position

    The net total exposure in a given currency. A position can be either flat or square (no exposure), long (more currency bought than sold), or short (more currency sold than bought).

  • Price Action

    Price action refers to a security’s price movement. It can be represented in terms of charts, graphs, and tables.

  • Producer Price Index

    The Producer Price Index, or PPI, is a monthly report released by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics detailing the purchasing price of various consumer goods. The report is released in the second week of every month and includes data on the previous month. Traders mainly use the PPI as an indicator of price inflation over time. Although the similarly-functioning Consumer Price Index (CPI) is considered to be a more useful measure of present inflation, the PPI’s inclusion of goods in production makes it a potential leading indicator of future price inflation in certain industries.

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  • Quote Currency

    The second currency in a currency pair. Also known as the Counter currency

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  • Resistance

    An estimated price level at which people will sell.

  • Retail Sales

    An estimate of the total sales of goods by all retail establishments in the U.S. (Sales of services are not included) for month prior to the release of the report. Data are presented in nominal, or current, dollars, meaning they are not adjusted for inflation. However, the data are adjusted for seasonal, holiday, and trading-day differences between the months of the year.

  • Reward-To-Risk Ratio

    The reward-to-risk ratio measures a trade’s expected returns against its predetermined risk of loss. The ratio is computed by dividing the profit that a trade is expected to yield by the loss that the trade may incur.

  • Ripple

    Ripple (XRP) refers to the cryptocurrency and the name of an open source payment platform where the cryptocurrency (XRP) can be transferred. The vision for the platform is to enable real-time global payments anywhere around the world. The Ripple payment protocol was built by OpenCoin which was founded in 2012.

  • Risk Capital

    Amount of money a person is willing to lose.

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  • Scalping

    Scalping or short-term trading involves making dozens or hundreds of trades a day, trying to scalp a small profit from each trade by exploiting the bid-ask spread.

  • Sell Order

    When the trader has chosen a downward direction for the asset price.

  • Short Position

    A position in which the base currency is sold. It is beneficial when a price declines.

  • Slippage

    Dies ist die Differenz zwischen dem angeforderten Preis und dem normalerweise aufgrund von sich Ă€ndernden Marktbedingungen erzielten Preis. Die Anlagewerte sind kontinuierlich in Bewegung und der auf der Plattform angegebene Preis ist in dem Moment aktuell, aber wenn Sie einen Trade buchen, könnte sich der Preis leicht geĂ€ndert haben, da Sie ein paar Sekunden benötigen, um einen Trade zu tĂ€tigen und abzuschließen, wĂ€hrend der Markt nie stillsteht.

  • Spot Price

    Also known as the current market price.

  • Spread

    The spread is the difference between the ASK and the BID price of an asset. All assets are quoted in a BID/ASK scenario. To better understand look up bid and ask in the glossary. The spread is small but can eat into your profits or magnify your losses as you must execute two sides of a trade to open and then close a position. Spreads for the most commonly traded assets are relatively small.

  • Stochastic

    Stochastic is an indicator used in technical analysis. Stochastic compares closing prices in a market to the high and low prices for that market over a certain period of time. Stochastic is calculated by taking the lowest low price and the highest high price for a number of previous trading periods, usually fourteen.

  • Stocks

    Stocks or equities refer to partial ownership of a company’s assets and profits. If you own a stock of a particular company, you are entitled to a proportional share of its profits. Stocks of companies can be bought and sold in stock markets, such as the New York Stock Exchange.

  • Stop-Loss Order

    A limit order in which a trade is closed when a specified price is reached causing a loss. Used to limit amount of losses in trades.

  • Strike Price

    The price that the market is at when an option is opened.

  • Swap

    The simultaneous buying and selling of the same amount of a given currency at a forward exchange rate.

  • Swing Trading

    Traders who can react quickly to market changes, including at-home and day traders, benefit from swing trading, which is a trade strategy that involves holding a position for longer than a day. If a trade seems to be going sour, swing traders can exit the market before losing too much money.

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  • Take Profit

    An order used by currency traders to automatically close their position once a certain profit has been made. Although it halts any further advance in profit, it guarantees a specific profit after a level has been hit.

  • Tick

    A minimum change in price, up or down.

  • Trading Alerts

    Trading alerts, also known as signals, are alerts that give suggestions to the traders as to what underlying asset and direction could be profitable to open a position on.

  • Trading Volume

    The total amount that was traded during a certain period of time.

  • Trendline

    A trendline is one of the basic components of most technical analysis patterns. To construct a trendline, simply connect either the high prices or low prices on an asset’s chart. The resulting line is the trendline.

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  • U.S. Department Of The Treasury

    Formally established as an executive department by the 1789 Act of Congress, the Department of the Treasury serves as the treasury of the federal government and is the agency responsible for managing the money resources of the United States.

  • Unemployment Rate

    The unemployment rate is basically the percentage of the people in the work force without jobs but is able and willing to work. It is measured by getting the ratio of unemployed people who are willing and able to work versus the total number of people in the work force.

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  • Volatility

    A measure of the amount by which an asset price is expected to fluctuate over a given period. Normally measured by the annual standard deviation of daily price changes (historic). Can also be implied from futures/options pricing, which is referred to as implied volatility.

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  • Wallet

    A way of storing your cryptocurrency.

  • World Bank

    The World Bank is a group of international financial organizations around the globe aimed provide assistance to its 187 member countries. The World Bank was formed after World War II to help devastated Western European countries and provide them with capital.

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  • Yield

    Yield is the return on an investment and is usually expressed as a percentage.

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  • Zig Zag Indicator

    A ZigZag is a technical indicator which is usually used when analysing price fluctuations on a graph with the aim of uncovering previous substantial changes in the trend. By using the ZigZag indicator, traders can often make out Elliot waves.

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