A chart indicator used in technical analysis to measure market volatility, consisting of a single moving average and two standard deviation bands.
Trading strategies that recommend entering CFD trades once the price breaks through a defined resistance or support level. New ‘buy’ positions are entered into when the price breaks through a resistance level, while new ‘sell’ positions are entered into when the price breaks through a support level. These strategies are based on the view that once the price breaks through a support or resistance level, a new trend is likely to begin.
An individual or firm acting as an intermediary to bring together buyers and sellers, typically usually for a small commission or fee.
A market distinguished by rising prices. Bullish investors have a positive opinion about a market, believing that prices will continue to rise.
Precious metals such as gold, silver, platinum or palladium in the form of bars or ingots.
Central bank of Germany.
Buy limit order
A conditional trading order that indicates a security may be purchased only at the designated price or lower. Also see Take-profit order.
A position in the market that would profit from a rising market price, or make a loss should prices fall.
Buy stop-entry order
When you buy a security that is entered at a price above the current offer price. It is triggered when the market price touches or goes through the specified stop price.