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Rate of Change(ROC) ROC indicator is a momentum oscillator that describe the percentage change in value over a defined period of time.
Rate of Return The net gain or loss on a investment over a specified time of period expressed as percentage of the investment’s initial cost.
Rating Agencies Organization that grades bonds on its ability to pay interest and principal on a timely basis.
Real Estate Investment Trust A company that owns, operates or finances income-producing properties.
Recession Decline in general economic activity as reflected by GDP in conjunction with monthly indicators like employment.
Reinvestment Method that using sources of return from investment purchase additional shares or units.
Relative Strength Index An oscillator that measures current price strength in relation to previous prices.
Relative Valuation Used to value companies by comparing them to other businesses based on certain metrics such as EV/Revenue, EV/EBITDA, and P/E ratios.
Remisier A remisier is an agent of stockbroking company that receives a commissions for each transactions handled.
Repurchase Agreement (Repo) A repurchase agreement (repo) is a form of short-term borrowing for dealers in government securities.
Resistance The price level at which selling is thought to be strong enough to prevent the price from rising further.
Retained Earnings Profits earned that are retained in the business.
Revenue Also known as sales, earnings from regular business operations and other business activities.
Risk Tolerance The degree to which you can tolerate volatility in your investment values.
Risk/Reward Ratio Measures the difference between a trade entry point to a stop-loss and a sell or take-profit order.
Risk-free rate A rate of return that can be achieved by a safe investment.
ROE (Return on Equity) Measures the company’s financial performance, how effective the assets are used to create profits, by dividing net income by shareholders’ equity.
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