A bond issued by a government. Bonds issued by the UK government are called gilt-edged stocks, commonly referred to as gilts.
The general direction in which prices tend to move.
A straight line drawn across a chart that indicates the overall trend. In an upward trend, the line is drawn below, and acts as a support line; the opposite holds true for a downward trend. Once the asset breaks the trend line, the trend is considered to be invalid.
When both a bid (sell) and offer (buy) rate is quoted for a transaction.
Are pieces of a pooled collection of securities, usually debt instruments, that are split up by risk or other characteristics in order to be marketable to different investors.
Terminal value (TV) is the value of a business or project beyond the forecast period when future cash flows can be estimated.