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Earned IncomeIncome that is paid as a salary from a job or passed through from a schedule C or a partnership that you materially participated in ...
EarningsNet income for a company during a period. ...
Earnings per Share(EPS) The amount of profits of an organization divided by the number of outstanding shares. ...
Earnings Per Share ProgressionLook at the last four quarters of EPS growth to see if the company's earning capacity is improving or weakening. Earnings are a reflection of good ...
Earnings SurprisesPositive or negative differences from the consensus forecast of earnings by institutions. ...
EBITDAEarnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization. ...
Econometric AnalysisUsing mathematical formulas or models to make trading decisions with fundamental information and data. ...
Economic IndicatorA government-issued statistic that indicates level of current economic growth and stability. ...
EDGARThe Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis, and Retrieval database run by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). ...
Employee Stock FundA firm-sponsored program that enables employees to purchase shares of the firm’s common stock on a preferential basis. ...
End MarketsA company's end markets refer to the broad underlying markets into which it sells its products and services. For example, a plastics manufacturer may ...
Entry StrategyThe strategy to determine the entry conditions and specific entry and initial stop-loss prices. ...
EquityA synonym for a stock, or the interest or value, which an owner has in an asset. ...
Equity OptionsThe same as stock options. ...
European-StyleAn option contract that can be exercised only on the expiration date. ...
ExchangePlace where a stock or an option, a future, or other derivative is bought and sold. ...
Exchange-Traded Fund(ETF) A fund that tracks an index, but can be traded like a stock. Many ETFs have options available allowing traders to profit from moves ...
ExecutionThe process of completing an order to buy or sell a security. Once a trade is executed, it is reported in a confirmation report. ...
ExerciseTo implement the right of the holder of an option to buy (in the case of a call) or sell (in the case of a ...
Exercise LimitsRules that are similar to the Position Limits. The idea here is prevent an investor (or group using same advisor) from disrupting the orderly trading ...
Exercise PriceThe price at which the security underlying a future or options contract may be bought or sold. ...
Exit StrategyThe conditions to exit an open trade. The exit strategy must be determined before the trade is entered. ...
ExpirationThe time an option contract lapses. ...
Expiration DateThe day when the options contract expires. ...
Expiration DayPractically, it is the close of business on the third Friday of the month because we are not allowed to trade options of current expiration ...
Extension DateThe day on which the first option either expires or is extended. ...
Extraordinary CallsThere are extraordinary mandatory and extraordinary optional calls. This means that some sort of extraordinary event has occurred, and as a result the issuer ...
Extrinsic Value(Time Value) - The price of an option less its Intrinsic Value. Out of the Money (OTM) options are made up entirely of Extrinsic (or ...

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