|MACD (26 vs 12)
||A trading indicator used in technical analysis of stock prices, designed to reveal changes in the strength, direction, momentum, and duration (26 days and 12 days) of a trend in a stock’s price.
||The part of a stock market where biggest companies’ shares are traded.
||The purchase of securities through money loaned from an investment dealer/broker.
||Total value of listed company’s stocks based on the current market price, calculated by multiplying stock price to number of stocks issued.
||An order to buy or sell a security immediately, at the best available price. The majority of orders executed on the exchanges are market orders.
||The current price that a financial asset or service could be sold or purchased, usually changed very rapidly according to bid and offer prices.
||The total return of an ETF based on its market price at the beginning and end of the holding period.
||The chance that an entire group of investments will lose value (as opposed to one particular stock falling in price).
||Overall or general agreement on a stock or the whole stock market by the investors, measured by the activity and price movement.
||The percentage of a company’s total sales to its industry’s during a specific period, to compare a company in the market or with their competitors.
|Marketable Parcel ||Shares traded on a stock exchange as set in multiples based on share price. |
||A specific date in a note or bond when the debt is due and payable.
|Medium Term Notes (MTN) ||A note or bonds that mostly unsecured issues on a medium term basis with tenures of more than one 1 year. |
|Mental Accounting ||Tendency for people to separate their money into separate accounts based on variety of subjective criteria. |
||A voluntary fuse between two companies that roughly have an equal terms into one new company.
||Market capitalization of companies’ stocks with market value that is between $3 to $10 billion.
||An investment approach that emphasizes buying stocks whose share prices are rising, with the expectation that the price will continue to move higher.
|Momentum Strategies ||Investors buy stocks that are rising in value with the anticipation of earnings acceleration. |
|Money Market ||The money market is the trade in short-term debt investments. |
|Mortgage ||The loan involved for purchase of real estate. |
|Mortgage-Backed Securities (MBS) ||Debt Obligations that represent claims to the cash flows from pools of mortgage loans. |
|Moving Average (MA)
||A technique often used in technical analysis that smooths price histories by averaging daily prices over some period of time.
||Fund operated by an investment company which raises money from shareholders and invests it in securities.