The method of evaluating securities by analysis data such as historic prices and volumes traded, to identify patterns that can be used to attempt to forsee future behaviour.
A type of Stop Order that moves automatically when the market moves in your favour, enabling you to fix your gains while the position remains open.
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Trading Restriction Event
Any event that materially restricts trading in the underlying shares/ indices/ currencies/upon which a firm’s prices are based to include, but not limited to, the suspension of a share and the imposition or any limits or special conditions, whatever the reason behind the suspension/ limitations/ special conditions/ abandonment.
The real traded market or markets, used to generate the 'spread' quoted for a spread bet.
Funds held which are in excess of the sum of any deficit on the trading balance, taking into account the balance of winnings/ losses from closed bets, plus any deficit on winnings/ losses on open bets plus NTR, (excluding both any credit allowance and/ or waived NTR facilities).
Up Bet (also see Buy)
A bet backing a particular price to rise.
The amount of uncertainty or risk about the size of changes in a security's value. Expressed as a statistical measure for the fluctuation of the returns of the given security.
The Waived Notional Trading Requirement ("WNTR") will allow clients to place a trade without placing funds or maintaining funds on deposit. The client can maintain and keep open all positions until expiry as long as the client remains within the WNTR limit and the credit allocation. The WNTR is not the same as a credit limit as a credit limit will buffer you against some losses, a WNTR will not.
Working an Order
The process of having an order that has not yet been executed.