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    Glossary of widely used
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Use economic calendar to monitor market moving
events such as economic indicators and monetary policy decisions.

Each economic indicators have their own strengths and though economic indicators have high probability of impacting the markets,
however, the level of impact varies. There are lot of different types of economic indicators from lot of countries. Economic calendar makes it easy
to monitor important economic indicators or monetary policy decisions that would impact the market.

Economic indicators allow investors
to analyse the economic performance of country or region.

Data of economic indicator is not just limited to past, but it is also used as a forecast tool. Economic indicators
are usually of macroeconomic scale. As most of the indicators have scheduled release date, many of market participants monitor
the economic indicator release on their scheduled release time.

  • Leading Indicators

    These are indicators tend to change prior to large economic adjustments and used to predict future movement of economy. Interest rates, durable goods order report, stock market, yield curve, net business formations are widely monitored leading indicators

  • Coincident Indicators

    Coincident indicators tend to move in step with GDP, employment levels, retail sales and/or financial market trends such as interest rates and stock prices. Also referred as Concurrent indicators. Many policymakers and economists follow data from these indicators.

  • Lagging Indicators

    Types of indicators which tend to change only after an economy has already changed or has begun to follow a particular pattern or trend. Usually, lagging indicators trail behind by six months from the economic cycle. GNP, outstanding consumer/business loans, CPI, and unemployment rates are major lagging indicators.


Realtime Data, Economic calendar, market data and other free resources
can be helpful reference to understand the market.
MARKET REPORT Apr 19, 2021
  • China’s 1st quarter GDP growth rate increases significantly to 18.3% YoY. Retail sales and industrial production also rise.
  • A report says Beijing has asked banks to trim their loan books this year to stop the economy overheating and guard against asset bubbles in the properties market.
  • The US places 11 countries, including India, China, Japan, South Korea, Germany, and Italy on the currency practices monitoring list.
MARKET REPORT Apr 16, 2021
  • US Retail Sales jumps 9.8% in March and the Initial Jobless Claims tumbles much more than anticipated.
  • Bank of America and CitiGroup release stronger-than-expected first-quarter earnings report.
  • US Industrial Production in March rises 1.4% and returns to growth. Almost all market groups see production improvements.
MARKET REPORT Apr 15, 2021
  • Coinbase debuts on Nasdaq and closes at
  • 328.28, sealing its rank as the 7th biggest new US listing of all time.
  • EIA data shows commercial crude oil stocks fell 5.89 million barrels to 492.42 million barrels last week.
  • JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, and Wells Fargo kick off earnings season and beat market expectations.
MARKET REPORT Apr 14, 2021
  • The Bank of England says its chief economist, Haldane will leave the central bank later this year, signaling a dovish tilt.
  • The US, South Africa, and the EU temporarily stop the J&J Covid-19 vaccine after rare blood clotting was reported.
  • OPEC raises its world oil demand forecast for 2021 by 6.6%(5.95 million barrels per day).
MARKET REPORT Apr 13, 2021
  • Fed Chair Jerome Powell says the US economy is at an "inflection point," with hopes of more growth and hiring.
  • Analysts expect S&P 500 listed companies to report earnings that are 25% higher than the previous year, according to Refinitiv IBES data.
  • China imposes a sweeping restructuring on Jack Ma's Ant Group, the fintech conglomerate.


Learn to understand trading and analyzing deeply.

There are many terms specialized for forex trading and those terms need to be learned to understand trading
and analyzing deeply. We have compiled yet basic, but important terms required for forex trading. If you are new to trading, learning
the glossary section will help you with your future trading and education.

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  • Accrual

    The apportionment of premiums and discounts on forward exchange transactions that relate directly to deposit swap(interest arbitrage) deals, over the period of each deal.

  • Appreciation

    A product is said to ‘appreciate’ when it strengthens in price in response to market demand.

  • Arbitrage

    The simultaneous purchase or sale of a financial product in order to take advantage of small price differentials between markets.

  • Ask (Offer) Price
    Ask (Offer) Price

    Price of the offer, which the market is prepared to sell a product and the trader is willing to buy a product.

  • Asset

    An asset is an economic value of a corporation or a country. It is also the type of financial instrument available in the financial market. The primary assets categorise in CFD trading are forex, commodities, indices and shares. The euro or a share of Apple are considered assets you can trade.

  • Bar Chart
    Bar Chart

    A type of chart which consists of four significant points: the high and the low prices, which form the vertical bar; the opening price, which is marked with a horizontal line to the left of the bar; and the closing price, which is marked with a horizontal line to the right of the bar.

  • Base Currency
    Base Currency

    The first currency in a currency pair. It shows how much the base currency is worth as measured against the second currency. For example, if the USD/CHF (US Dollar/Swiss Franc) rate equals 1.6215, then one USD is worth CHF 1.6215. In the forex market, the US dollar is normally considered the base currency for quotes, meaning that quotes are expressed as a unit of $1 USD per the other currency quoted in the pair. The primary exceptions to this rule are the British pound, the euro and the Australian dollar.

  • Base Rate
    Base Rate

    The lending rate of the central bank of a given country.

  • Bearish Market
    Bearish Market

    Negative for price direction; favoring a declining market. For example, “We are bearish EUR/USD” means that we think the euro will weaken against the dollar.

  • Bid Pride
    Bid Pride

    Price which the market is prepared to buy a product and trader is willing to sell.

  • Bullish Market
    Bullish Market

    Favoring a strengthening market and rising prices. For example, “We are bullish EUR/USD” means that we think the euro will strengthen against the dollar.

  • Central Bank
    Central Bank

    A government or quasi-governmental organization that manages a country’s monetary policy. For example, the US central bank is the Federal Reserve and the German central bank is the Bundesbank.

  • CFD

    A Contract for Difference-special trading instrument that allows financial speculation on stocks, commodities, and other instruments without actually buying or selling those assets.

  • Cleared Funds
    Cleared Funds

    Funds that are freely available, sent in to settle a trade.

  • Currency

    Any form of money issued by a government or central bank and used as legal tender and a basis for trade.

  • Depreciation

    The decrease in value of an asset over time.

  • Derivative

    A financial contract whose value is based on the value of an underlying asset. Some of the most common underlying assets for derivative contracts are indices, equities, commodities and currencies.

  • EA(Expert Advisor) or Robot
    EA(Expert Advisor) or Robot

    An automated script that is used by the trading platform software to manage positions and orders automatically without(or with little) manual control.

  • ECN Broker
    ECN Broker

    A type of Forex brokerage firm that provide its clients direct access to other Forex market participants. ECN brokers do not discourage scalping, do not trade against the client, do not charge spread(low spread is defined by the current market rates) but instead charge commission for every executed order.

  • Fibonacci Retracements
    Fibonacci Retracements

    Levels with a high probability of trend break or bounce, calculated as the 23.6%, 32.8%, 50%, and 61.8% of the trend range.

  • Fill or Kill
    Fill or Kill

    An order that, if it cannot be filled in its entirety, will be cancelled.

  • First in First out(FIFO)
    First in First out(FIFO)

    All positions opened within a particular currency pair are liquidated in the order in which they were originally opened.

  • Foreign Exchange/Forex/Fx
    Foreign Exchange/Forex/Fx

    The simultaneous buying of one currency and selling of another. The global market for such transactions is referred to as the forex or FX market.

  • Good 'til Cancelled order(GTC)
    Good 'til Cancelled order(GTC)

    An order to buy or sell at at specified price that remains open until filled or until the client cancels.

  • Good 'til Date
    Good 'til Date

    An order type that will expire on the date you choose, should it not be filled beforehand.

  • Good for day
    Good for day

    An order that will expire at the end of the day if it is not filled.

  • Hedging

    Maintaining a market position which secures the existing open positions in the opposite direction.

  • Inflation

    An economic condition whereby prices for consumer goods rise, eroding purchasing power.

  • Knock-ins

    Options strategy that requires the underlying product to trade at a certain price before a previously bought option becomes active. Knock-ins are used to reduce premium costs of the underlying option and can trigger hedging activities once an option is activated.

  • Knock-outs

    Option that nullifies a previously bought option if the underlying product trades a certain level. When a knock-out level is traded, the underlying option ceases to exist and any hedging may have to be unwound.

  • Leverage

    Also known as margin, this is the percentage or fractional increase you can trade from the amount of capital you have available. It allows traders to trade notional values far higher than the capital they have. For example, leverage of 100:1 means you can trade a notional value 100 times greater than the capital in your trading account.

  • Limit Order
    Limit Order

    An order for a broker to buy a lot for fixed or lesser price or sell a lot for fixed or better price. Such price is called a limit price.

  • Liquidation

    The closing of an existing position through the execution of an offsetting transaction.

  • Margin

    Money that the investor needs to keep at a broker’s account to execute trades. Margin supplies the possible losses that may occur in margin trading.

  • Margin Call
    Margin Call

    A broker’s demand to deposit more margin money to the margin account when its size falls below a certain minimum.

  • Martingale

    A position sizing strategy that involves doubling the bet after each loss.

  • Moving Average(MA)
    Moving Average(MA)

    One of the most basic technical indicators. It shows the average rate calculated over a series of time periods. Exponential moving average(EMA), weighted moving average(WMA), adaptive moving average(AMA), etc. differ by the way of weighing rates and periods in calculation.

  • Net Position
    Net Position

    The amount of currency bought or sold which has not yet been offset by opposite transactions.

  • Offer(ASK)

    A rate of the offer-the rate you buy for.

  • Open Position(Trade)
    Open Position(Trade)

    A position on buying (long) or selling (short) of a currency pair.

  • Over the Counter (OTC)
    Over the Counter (OTC)

    Used to describe any transaction that is not conducted via an exchange.

  • Percentage Allocation Management Module (PAMM)
    Percentage Allocation Management Module (PAMM)

    A broker-side system that allows investors to invest with traders, and allows traders to manage investors` funds using the broker`s platform.

  • Pip(Point)

    The last digit in a currency rate (e.g., for EUR/USD, 1 point = 0.0001).

  • Range

    When a price is trading between a defined high and low, moving within these two boundaries without breaking out from them.

  • Risk Management
    Risk Management

    The employment of financial analysis and trading techniques to reduce and/or control exposure to various types of risk.

  • Rollover

    A rollover is the simultaneous closing of an open position for today`s value date and the opening of the same position for the next day`s value date at a price reflecting the interest rate differential between the two currencies.

  • RSI(Relative Strength Index)
    RSI(Relative Strength Index)

    A technical indicator that measures the power of a directional price movement by comparing the bullish and bearish portions of the trend.

  • Scalping

    A style of trading notable by a big number of positions that are opened for extremely small and short-term profits.

  • Slippage

    Execution of an order at a rate different from expected (ordered), The main reasons for slippage are “fast” market, low liquidity, and poor execution quality by broker.

  • Stop-Limit Order
    Stop-Limit Order

    An order to sell or buy a lot at a certain rate or worse after it first reaches some opposite price level. It is a combination of a stop-order and a limit-order.

  • Stop-Loss Order
    Stop-Loss Order

    An order to close a position when the market reaches a certain rate. Normally, It is used to avoid extra losses when the market moves in the opposite direction. Sometimes, it can be used to lock in some amount of profit.

  • Technical Analysis
    Technical Analysis

    An analysis method based only on the technical market data(rates, time, and volume) with the help of various technical indicators.

  • Trade Balance
    Trade Balance

    Measures the difference in value between imported and exported goods and services. Nations with trade surpluses (exports greater than imports), such as Japan, tend to see their currencies appreciate, while countries with trade deficits (imports greater than exports), such as the US, tend to see their currencies weaken.

  • Trend

    Price movement that produces a net change in value. An uptrend is identified by higher highs and higher lows. A downtrend is identified by lower highs and lower lows.

  • Usable Margin(Free Margin)
    Usable Margin(Free Margin)

    Amount of money in a margin account that can be used for trading.

  • Used Margin
    Used Margin

    Amount of money in a margin account already used to hold open positions.

  • Volatility

    A statistical measure of the number of price changes for a given currency pair in a given period of time.


    Slang for a highly volatile market where a sharp price movement is quickly followed by a sharp reversal.

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Daily Market Report

  • President Trump says he would seal the deal for “phase one” agreement in Washington mid-month.
  • China’s central bank lowers RRR by 50bp, staring on 6th of January.
  • China’s December PMI records 51.5, showing the economy of world’s second largest country has been in expansion phase since August.

Economic Calendar

Market Overview

  • Asian Markets

    Chinese shares rallied on the first trading day of the year 2020. President Trump said on Twitter that he would deal a deal on phase one agreement with China in Washington mid-month. He also mentioned that he would arrange for a visit to Beijing for “phase-two” trade agreement, but did not specify exact detail of the plan. Peter Navarro from White House said “That one’s in the bank, we are waiting for the Chinese translation of the agreement.” The People’s Bank of China said it will lower RRR(reserve requirement ratio) by 50bp, starting on 6th of January. According to this stimulus measure, the RRR of big banks will be reduced to 12.5% from 6th of January. December PMI reported was 51.5. PMI has been exceeding 50 since August. With all positive factors, shares soared on Thursday in China. The Shanghai Composite Index rose 1.15% to 3,085.20. The Shenzhen Composite Index soared 1.93% to 1,756.16. The CSI 300 index gained 1.36% on the day, closed at 4,152.24, recording the highest since February last year.

  • European Markets

    Following Asian session, European shares also gained on Thursday due to optimistic headlines regarding trade optimism, China’s stimulus measure and upbeat data. The STOXX 600 index rose 0.93% to 419.72. The DAX index gained 1.03% to 13,385.93. The CAC40 index soared 1.06% to 6,041.50 and the FTSE100 index was up 0.82%, closed at 7,604.30.

  • US Markets

    In New York, major indexes renewed record high on Thursday. While tensions were heightening in the Middle East with US sending more troops, the impact on the market was limited as there were no further armed conflict yet. Economic data released on the day were mixed. The jobless claim was 222k(seasonally adjusted), lower than market expectation and recorded 3rd consecutive weeks decline. However, December Manufacturing PMI was 52.4, lower than previous month and preliminary data. New York market followed optimistic headlines. Upbeat Chinese economic data, Beijing’s stimulus measure, and phase one agreement scheduled in mid-January boosted market sentiment. New York stock experts said China’s stimulus measures will support the market earlier this year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average 30 soared 1.16% to 28,868.80 and the S&P 500 index was up 0.84%, closed at 3,257.85. The Nasdaq recorded the highest gain among major indexes, soaring 1.33% to 9,092.19.

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