Edmund Phelps is an American professor of political economy at Columbia University and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Economics.
Count is a form of technical analysis that employs point and figure (P&F) charts to evaluate the vertical movement of stock prices.
An alternative trading system (ATS) is one that is not regulated as an exchange but is a venue for matching the buy and sell orders of its subscribers.
Day traders execute short and long trades to capitalize on intraday market price action resulting from temporary supply and demand inefficiencies.
Semi-strong form efficiency is a form of Efficient Market Hypothesis (EMH) assuming stock prices include all public information.
A day-around order replaces a standing day order with another version, usually in order to modify its contingencies.
What you need to know about Roth IRA contributions – from eligibility to dollar limits, to deadlines, to tax breaks.
A cambrist has expertise in foreign exchange markets.
Active trading is the buying and selling of securities with the intention of holding the securities for no longer than one day.
Learn what the law of demand is, the basic assumption of the law of demand and why there is a negative correlation between the quantity demanded and price.