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Alg w Finance 1.5

Chap 1 sec 5 Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Dow Jones Industrial Average A published information system, the Dow follows the daily trading action of 30 large public companies; it is a well-respected average that offers a broad picture of how the mar- ket is performing from day to day.
ticker An information transmission machine that has been replaced by electronic scrolling, which uses symbols to provide up-to-date information during the trading day.
Stock symbol Same as a ticker symbol; the letter or letters used to identify a corporation on a ticker.
ticker symbol Same as a stock symbol; the letter or letters used to identify a corporation on a ticker.
trading volume The number of shares traded in a single transaction
trading price A price displayed on the ticker, sometimes followed by a @ symbol.
directional arrow Arrows that indicate whether the traded price of a single share is greater than the previous day’s closing price (▲) or less than the previous day’s closing price (▼).
total value of a trade A value determined by multiplying the number of shares traded by the trading price,including any fees.
uptick A tick that indicates the price is greater than the previous trade.
downtick A tick that indicates the price is lower than the previous trade.
money flow A type of market analysis
positive money flow When stock is purchased on an uptick.
negative money flow When stock is purchased on a downtick.
daily money flow A calculated indicator that is the average of a day’s high, low, and close, multiplied by the volume for the day.
net money flow A positive flow of money because more investors were willing to pay a price above the market price.
Created by: MrsMWilliams