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There are thousands of different financial assets to trade on Dow500, across several categories. Each asset class has its own characteristics, and can be traded using a variety of investment strategies.

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Standard – min $25,000

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Exclusive – min $100,000

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There are thousands of different financial assets to trade on Dow500, across several categories. Each asset class has its own characteristics, and can be traded using a variety of investment strategies.

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Forex Glossary

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Ask

The ask is the market price for buying an asset.

Asset

An asset, also known as an instrument, is a financial product, such as a stock, currency, commodity or index, which can be traded on the global exchanges

Bear Market

A bear market, characterized by dropping prices, promotes selling as it is perceived to be weak.

Bid

The bid is the market price for the sale of an instrument

Bond

A bond is an instrument that is used as a way to raise capital. It is a debt issued for a specific time period.

Bull Market

A bull market, characterized by rising prices, promotes buying as it is perceived to be strong.

CFD (Contract for difference)

A Contract for Difference, in short a CFD, is a kind of derivative. Examples of CFD’s include indices like the NIKKEI or stocks like Twitter. CFD’s are a way for investors to trade virtually on the shifting prices of underlying instruments, without purchasing the actual instruments themselves.

Commodity

A commodity is a raw product that is traded on the financial markets. Examples include metals, like silver or gold, energy products, such as gas or oil, and agricultural instruments, such as wheat or sugar.

Derivative

A derivative is a type of contract for trading an underlying instrument. Frequently, derivatives are employed as part of a hedging strategy to minimize the risk for an investment portfolio.

Dividend

A dividend is the part of a company’s profits which is distributed to the shareholders.

Future

A future is a contract that is scheduled to go into effect at a preset date in the future. The transaction price is established in the present, at the moment the investor sets the contract.

Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis is a means of predicting the price trajectory of an instrument, based on political, environmental, social or economic news, and financial reports such as the Jobless Claims Report, or the Balance of Trade Report.

Hedging

Hedging is a means to mitigate risk, by placing a secondary trade to lessen potential exposure, if the investor’s primary trade is unsuccessful.

Index

An index is a financial exchange where stocks are traded. Examples include global indices like the English FTSE, the American NASDAQ, the German DAX, or the Japanese NIKKEI.

Leverage

Leverage is a way for the investor to enlarge their market position to hundreds of times the size of their investment by borrowing from the broker to increase their trading power.

Long Position

A long position is the purchase of an instrument prior to a projected rise in its market value.

Lots

Lots are units of measurement used on the financial markets. One lot is equal to 100,000 of the base currency for the trade.

Margin

Margin is a kind of collateral. It is a sum that a broker asks from the trader to cover their open trades.

Margin Call

A margin call is a request from the broker for additional collateral so as to cover a trade that has moved against the investor. If the extra funds are not deposited into the investor’s account, then the broker will close the trade.

Overnight Position

A trade that is held open until the next business day is known as an overnight position.

Pip

A pip is the smallest possible unit of a currency and it is used to calculate market profits and losses. A pip is the fourth and last digit following the decimal point, a ten thousandth of a currency.

Resistance

The resistance level is the ceiling for the fluctuations in an instrument’s price.

Short Position

A short position is the sale of an instrument prior to a projected drop in its market value.

Spread

The spread is the difference between the bid and the ask prices.

Stock

A stock is a piece of a company, and a stockholder is one who owns a percentage of a company’s profits.

Stop Loss

A stop loss, also known as a stop order allows investors to automatically close a position that is moving against them, once it hits a pre-established price below the opening value. Stop losses are used to prevent additional losses, if the price keeps moving in an unfavourable direction.

Support

The support level is the floor for the fluctuations in an instrument’s price.

Take Profit

A take profit allows investors to automatically close a position that is moving in the right direction, once it hits a pre-established price above the opening value. Take profits are used to prevent the investor losing all their profits as a result of a sudden reversal in the price direction, before the investor has had a chance to close the position.

Technical Analysis

Technical analysis is a way to identify market trends, and predict the price trajectory for an instrument. This is achieved by means of charts and graphs that reflect the instrument’s performance history.

Volatility

Volatility refers to a state of increased market activity. A volatile market offers traders more investment opportunities, as a result of greater market fluctuation.

Yield

The yield is the profit percentage earned on a trade

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