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In this article, we will introduce ten stock market terms, including bull market, bear market, open high and etc...
There are more buyers than sellers in the stock market, so the stock market is bullish.
A bear market is the opposite of a bull market. There are more sellers than buyers in the stock market.
It means that the opening price is much higher than the closing price of the previous day.
It means that the opening price is much lower than the closing price of the previous day.
The stock exchange suspends its trading in the stock market due to the continuous rise or fall of stock prices due to certain news or certain activities. After the situation is clarified or the company returns to normal, the trading will be resumed and listed on the exchange.
It refers to the phenomenon that in a falling price quotation, the share price sometimes rallies temporarily under the support of buyers because it has fallen too fast. The rebound is smaller than the decline, and the downward trend resumes after the rebound.
A person who executes a client's order to buy or sell securities, commodities, or other property, and receives a commission or doing so.
An analytical study of markets and stocks based on supply and demand. Technical analysis studies price movements, trading volumes, trading trends and patterns, and charts representations of these factors to predict how current market behavior may affect future supply and demand for securities and individual holdings of securities.
An analysis of a business based on sales, assets, earnings, products or services, markets, and management. Also refers to the analysis of macro-political, economic, and military dynamics to predict their impact on the stock market.
The number of shares traded as a percentage of the number of shares listed and outstanding on the Exchange.
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