The triple exponential moving average, or TEMA, was developed by Patrick Mulloy in 1994 to filter out volatility from conventional moving averages.
A rainmaker is an individual who brings in large amounts of business to a firm.
A sluggish economy is a state of an economy when growth is slow, flat or declining. The term can refer to the economy as a whole or a component of it.
Behavioral funds are a category of mutual funds that use behavioral finance as a basis for their investment strategy.
A direct-access broker is a stockbroker that concentrates on speed and order execution - unlike a full-service broker that focuses on research and advice.
Leveraged loan index is a market-weighted index that tracks the performance of institutional leveraged loans.
The on-the-run Treasury yield curve is derived from on-the-run U.S. Treasuries and is the primary benchmark used in pricing fixed-income securities.
Chartered Business Valuator is a professional designation for valuation specialists offered by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuators.
Covenant-lite loans are a type of loan given with limited restrictions on the debt-service capabilities of the borrower.
The European Currency Unit was the official monetary unit of the European Monetary System, before it was replaced by the euro.