Market, bearish: Markets are very weak
Ask (Offer): The best price to buy a stock
Bid: The best price to sell a stock
A transaction of 10,000 shares or more.
An individual or a firm that charges a fee or commission for executing
buy- and sell-orders submitted by another individual or firm.
Market, bullish: Markets going up strong.
Room: With a chat software people can exchange information
in real-time over the internet. In a chat room all people can
get the information at the same time.
Market: The Bid is greater than the Ask
ECN: Electronic Communication Network. Privately owned trading
Contracts about buying something in the future at a price agreed
upon in advance.
Long: Buying a stock with the intention later to sell it at
a higher price
Short: Selling a stock that you don't own with the intention
to buy it back later at a lower price.
(Trading Halt): When a stock is halted trading is temporarily
suspended. A halt may last for a few minutes up to several hours
and shall give investors time to judge a special situation, important
news, for example.
Market: The best Bid price to buy a stock and the best
Ask price to sell a stock.
Spread: price difference between the best Bid and Ask, inside
Initial Public Offering. A new stock.
I: Level I only shows the inside Bid and Ask price without
share size and the price of the last reported trade.
II: A Level II window shows the Bid and Ask Price of all market
makers and ECNs with share size
Order: An order to buy/sell a stock at a certain price.
Order: An order waiting to be filled.
Depth: The market depth refers to the total numbers of buyers
and sellers in a stock as shown in a Level II window
Maker: A registered NASD member serving as intermediary between
buyers and sellers.
Order: An order to buy/sell a stock at the best displayed
price. If the price changes and the order is still live the order
will fill at the changed price.
mIRC is the name of a chat software
The National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. The NASD
is operating the NASDAQ
The National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations
System, an electronic stock exchange
lot: Number of shares not matching a regular trading unit
Order: An order to buy or sell a stock that is valid until
it is either executed or cancelled.
Ticks per minute. Shows how many trades are made per minute in
a particular stock. High pace means many trades per minute. Pace
is another form of measuring liquidity and interest in a stock.
(fill): The order is only filled with a part of the share
size originally wanted. The order may stay live until all shares
are filled or may be rejected, depending on the way how the order
has been delivered.
Order: Undelivered order that is good until it is either canceled
Highest Bid and lowest Ask.
Securities and Exchange Commission.
Electronic communication network for market makers.
The Small Order Execution System of the NASDAQ.
The difference between Bid and Ask price.
& Sales: Reports time, price and share size of executed trades
in a particular stock.
The rate of change in the price of a stock or index over a given
period of time
Total number of shares traded for the day in a stock or a market
laughing out loudly
rolling on the floor laughing
dt: down tick
pre market indicator
ES: E-Mini S&P 500 Futures
NQ: E-Mini Nasdaq-100 Futures
Left some money on the table
hod: High of day
lod: Low of day
bouncer (good/bad): a stock that moves up well each time
shorter (good/bad) :a stock that is good for shorting
scalper (good/bad): a stock with good oscillations for scalp