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        Mid-Autumn Festival Challenge: Trading Slang & Lantern Riddles

        Hi, mooers!Laugh
        HugWaddleMid-Autumn Festival 2022 is around the corner! How are you going to celebrate it? Would you like to solve some lantern riddles?
        Mid-Autumn Festival Challenge: Trading Slang & Lantern Riddles
        Unlike traditional lantern riddles, which are to test your knowledge of classical Chinese literature, today's challenge is to see how much you know about investing! You can write or solve riddles about trading slang with your fellow mooers to win points and moomoo merchandiseGiftRespect

        Not familiar with trading slang? Don't worry!

        Here are some riddles for you to have a try! Smart
        1. Does "fish up" mean buying low or high-priced stocks in the market?
        2. What does "PE" stand for in stock market terms?
        3. What does "sheep" mean in trading slang expressions?
        HeyHere are the correct answers.
        1. low-priced
        2. Price to Earnings Ratio
        3. the herd-follower who lacks discipline and whose trading strategy is unfocused and predicated on the suggestions of others.
        CoolNot so hard, right? Let's get started!
        How to Play:
        1. Write some riddles about investment or trading slang. Don't forget to post them under the discussion and invite your fellow mooers to make a guess.
        2. Solve the riddles from other mooers by leaving comments on the posts.
        60 points for mooers who write a riddle
        20 points for mooers who solve a riddle
        • The 1 most popular mooers whose posts received the most likes & comments will get a moomoo Mid-Autumn Festival limited merchandise.
        1. Riddles should be original.
        2. Each mooer can get up to 80 points.
        We are looking forward to your participation!

        TongueTongueWish you and your family a happy Mid-Autumn Festival! HeartHeart
        Disclaimer: Moomoo Technologies Inc. is providing this content for information and educational use only. Read more
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        • 阿姚朋友 : What is small, runs fast, and catches fire?

        • 阿姚朋友 : Hong Kong stock terminology
          1. Day Fresh
          Day Trading, the term “Day Trading”, refers to the behavior of buying and selling a stock within the same trading day, thereby earning the difference from the stock price fluctuations on the same day.
          The stock settlement system for Hong Kong stocks is T+2 (stocks bought on the same day can only be switched to your account after two trading days.) But Hong Kong can also achieve a T+0 system, that is, buy and sell on the same day. This type of short-term trading is called “Same-Day”.
          However, the buying and selling method of stock is against the intention of investing in stocks, so it is a speculative act. Therefore, there is also a corresponding risk: First, the reverse operation leads to the day high buy and sell low; second, the stock bought suddenly suspended in the afternoon and cannot be sold.
          Typical “same-day” speculators usually choose to quickly and sell low in one day. They tend to buy and sell many times in the same day, and rarely hold shares overnight to reduce market risk.

        • 阿姚朋友 : Thousands of shares

        • 阿姚朋友 : Draw and fly

        • 矜重的比尔 : Hong Kong stock terms
          Warren is an extremely risky investment product, which comes from the English word “Invest”. A wobble is essentially an option, which is equivalent to holding a virtual right. In other words, when you hold a certain mortgage, you have the right to buy or sell a certain stock at a specified price on a specified date.
          A warrants can be divided into a subscription certificate and a put warrant. Both a subscription certificate and a put warrant give the holder a right, not a responsibility. A subscription certificate is a “strike price” to purchase the relevant asset within a specified period of time; a put warrant is a “strike price” to sell the relevant asset within a specified period of time.

        • 矜重的比尔 : Hong Kong stock terminology
          Benedict finger
          It means that investors use the two-day price difference between the purchase of the stock and the settlement of the share price to buy stocks that are higher than the principal amount with a certain amount of principal. When the stock price goes up, more profits can be made.
          Usually, this method only exists in small and medium-sized Chinese securities firms, because such brokerage firms generally do not require customers to deposit margin, but only require customers to settle their stocks on time on T + 2. However, due to the considerable price risk of the finger, investors often only use the finger method to fry the instant fresh.

        • 矜重的比尔 : Hong Kong stock terminology
          Dye blue
          Dyeing blue means that the shares of a listed company are listed as blue chips (constituent stocks of the Hang Seng Index) by the Hang Seng Index service company, and the share price may benefit from the speculation.
          As the market is currently more cautious, it is believed that the "blue effect" on stock prices is limited, investors should not look forward to it too much.

        • 103047546 : Hong Kong stock terminology
          Fairy stock
          Fairy shares, known as "penny stock" in English, originally originated from the Hong Kong stock market, especially stocks whose market value has fallen to less than 1 yuan (less than 1 yuan in the mainland and less than 10 cents in Hong Kong).
          There are many different views on the origin of the name "Xianshu". Here, I would like to sum up several kinds of views:
          ① "Xian" is derived from the English word "cent". Hong Kong people have directly adopted the transliteration of it, and it is called "Xiangu".
          ② before the reform of the British monetary system, the British monetary unit had a currency called the "Herald". According to the old British currency, one pound equals 20 shillings and one shilling equals 12 pence. When the share price falls below 1 yuan, it translates to a few tenths of a shilling in British currency (HK $1 = 0.01 shillings). Therefore, Hong Kong people generally call this kind of stock "first stock".
          Although this kind of "first stock" is of little investment value, it is very suitable to be used as a backdoor listing for some companies. Once it becomes a "shell", the stock price may split up and rise to the top. In the traditional Chinese concept, one step up to heaven is like rising to the immortal, so the "first stock" has become the "fairy stock".

        • Ah keong : Hong Kong stock terminology
          Hairy crabs
          Hairy crabs are widely distributed along the long coastline from Liaohe River in the north to the Pearl River in the south, among which the Yangtze River system has the largest yield and the most delicious taste. Show off.
          Stop, that's not true! The "hairy crab" mentioned by Hong Kong stocks means that some investors are still unwilling to stop their losses in time after buying stocks, but continue to make additional investments in the hope that the stock prices will rebound, but often the stock prices will continue to fall instead of rebounding for a long time. Those investors who end up trapped in a vicious circle. Similarly, those stocks that are tied up are called "crabs".
          However, the hairy crabs of Hong Kong stocks and the hairy crabs they eat are not without something in common. That is, they are all tied up and can't move.

        • Ah keong : Hong Kong stock terminology
          1. Red bottom stock
          "Red bottom stocks" is also a unique name on the Hong Kong side. At first glance, it seems that there is no clue, and it is impossible to imagine what it means at all.
          It doesn't matter, let's continue to see, its English is called "stock trading at 100or above", such a translation will not be understood! Oh, it turned out to be a stock transaction of HK $100 or more.
          The name red-bottomed stocks comes from the color of the Hong Kong dollar. Among the Hong Kong dollars in circulation, HK $100,500 and HK $1000 correspond to red, brown and yellow respectively. Therefore, on the Hong Kong side, the background color of different Hong Kong dollars is extended to describe stocks with different prices. Generally speaking, those who can become red stocks are like Tencent.
          $TENCENT(00700.HK)$And so on some strong company stock.
          two。 Millistrand
          A penny share refers to a stock whose share price is higher than ten Hong Kong dollars and less than one Hong Kong dollar.
          In Hong Kong, such extremely cheap pennies and immortals may become untapped treasures or a bottomless abyss like a black hole. For us ordinary investors, it is better to stay away from them, do not be confused by low prices and become trapped "hairy crabs"!
          3. Immortal stock
          Fairy stocks refer to those stocks that rise sharply in a short period of time, then plummet after a period of time, or even fall below the price before the rise. Generally speaking, shares with very low prices are prone to subject matter speculation and plummet into fairy stocks.
          4. Director's fee
          Director's fee is also called director's remuneration, which is the director's remuneration and remuneration. In general, senior managers, such as board members, will receive additional fees, mainly for their contributions to the development direction and mode of operation of the enterprise, which is generally 2% of the net profit of the enterprise.

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