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Binary Trade Center Glossary
Type of option in which the return is built to be either a fixed amount of compensation if the option expires in the money, or zero return if the option expires out of the money. The Success of a binary option is based on a yes or no proposition, therefore the term “binary”. The option holder does not have a choice to buy or sell the asset, because the binary option automatically exercises.
The term stands for any type of financial instrument used to make payments between countries.
Any kind of money that is in public circulation. Includes both coins (hard money) and paper money (soft money. Currency refers to money that is legally designated by the governing body, and sometimes can refer to any object that perceived to have value and can be exchanged for other objects.
Data which includes statistics of change in a security or in an economy. Can be described as an imaginary portfolio of securities representing a specific market.
Any type of good used in commerce, which includes goods traded on a commodity exchange.
An option counts as in the money if the strike or starting price is less than or greater than the market price of the specific security.
A firm or an individual which acts as an intermediary between a buyer and a seller usually charging some kind of commission for his service. A license is required for security and other reasons.
An adjective describing the opinion that an asset, or a market in general, will decline in price.
An adjective describing the opinion that an asset, or the market in general, will rise in price.
If you are new to trading it is possible to make substantial losses as well as substantial profits. You can manage your risks via controlled risk trades, making it possible to put an absolute limit on potential losses.
The amount you profit from each trade you make, excluding the investment amount.

PMI

The Purchasing Managers' Index, is an indicator of the economic health of the manufacturing sector. The PMI is based on five major indicators: new orders, inventory levels, production, supplier deliveries and the employment environment. The purpose of the PMI is to provide information about current business conditions to company decision makers, analysts and purchasing managers.
A stock is a type of security that signifies ownership in a corporation and represents a claim on part of the corporation's assets and earnings. Also known as a “share” or “equity”.

NFP

Nonfarm payroll is a monthly report generated and reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics intended to represent the total number of paid U.S. workers of any business. Despite the name nonfarm payroll, the report excludes workers from general government jobs, private household jobs, employees of nonprofit organizations and farm employees. The report is considered to be the month’s most important economic data that is coming out of the USA. The report usually brings big impacts to the markets, especially the Forex, Stocks and commodities markets.
Earnings season is one of the busiest times of the year for those who work in and watch the markets, that’s because every large publicly-traded company will report the results of their last quarter. Analysts and managers typically set their guidelines and estimates to correspond to specific quarters or fiscal year ends, so the results reported by firms during earnings season often have a big role in the performance of their stocks.
This incredibly fast feature enables you to earn profits in a very short span of time if implemented correctly. This term 60 Seconds is sometimes used to describe trades spanning from as little as 30 seconds, to as long as 5 minutes.
Investment contracts which specify the quantity and price of a commodity to be purchased or sold at a later date. On contract date, the buyer must take physical possession or make delivery of the commodity, which can only be avoided by closing out the contract(s) before that date. Futures can be used for speculation or hedging.
The profit realized when a contract expires in-the-money.
A slang term for U.S. paper dollars. Greenbacks got their name from their color, however, in the mid-1800s, "greenback" was a negative term. During this time, the Continental Congress did not have taxing authority. As a result, the greenbacks did not have a secure financial backing and banks were reluctant to give customers the full value of the dollar.
Dove refers to an economic policy advisor who promotes monetary policies that involve low interest rates, based on the belief that low interest rates increase employment. Statements that suggest that inflation has few negative effects are called dovish.

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