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Fair Market ValueAn asset’s value under normal circumstances. ...
Fair ValueThe theoretical value calculation of an option using a pricing formula such as the Black-Scholes Options Pricing Model. ...
FASBFinancial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) ...
Fast MarketA market is fast when it is hit with a large volume of orders over a short period of time. ...
FDICFederal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The regulatory agency responsible for administering bank depository insurance in the United States. ...
Federal ReserveThe U.S. central bank that is responsible for monetary policy. ...
Fibonacci RetracementWhere prices on a chart move off their latest tops or bottoms in swings of 38.2%, 50%, or 61.8% from their previous bottoms or tops ...
FIFOFirst In, First Out (FIFO) ...
FillThe execution of an order; also, the price at which an order is executed. ...
Fill or Kill(FOK) - An order where a precise number of contracts must be filled or the order is cancelled.This order says that the client will not ...
Financial AdviserA professional who offers financial advice to clients for a fee and/or commission. ...
Financial AnalysisAn analysis of a company’s financial statement, often done by financial analysts. ...
Financial AnalystA professional who analyzes financial statements, interviews corporate executives, and attends trade shows of companies in order to write reports recommending either purchasing, selling, or ...
Financial LeverageFinancial leverage relates a company's long-term debt and preferred stock to the company's common equity. ...
Fire SaleOccasionally companies experience deep price declines due to actual or anticipated news or announcements. These declines can get out of hand, as more and more ...
Fiscal PeriodsBecause not all companies have the same fiscal year end, we, in cooperation with I/B/E/S, use FY1, FY2, etc., to identify unique fiscal periods for ...
Flexible Mutual FundA fund that invests in a variety of securities in varying proportions in order to maximize shareholder returns while maintaining a low level of risk. ...
FloatThe initial raising of capital by putting a company's stocks on offer to the public. The total number of outstanding shares available to the public ...
Floor BrokerA member of an exchange who is paid to execute orders. ...
Floor TraderAn exchange member who trades on the floor of the exchange for their own account. ...
FluctuationA price or interest rate change. ...
Foating StopAn automated trailing stop. ...
ForecastingMaking projections about the future performance of a stock on the basis of historical and current conditions data. ...
Foreign Direct InvestmentThe acquisition by an investor in one country of an asset in another country With the intent to manage that asset. In most cases, both ...
Foreign Exchange(FOREX, FX) The simultaneous buying of one currency and selling of another. ...
FOREXForeign Exchange (FOREX, FX). The simultaneous buying of one currency and selling of another. ...
Full-Service BrokerA type of stockbroker who provides more than stock quotes and order execution, including (and not limited to) portfolio planning and management, investment ideas, and ...
Fully InvestedUsed to describe an investor whose assets are totally committed to investments, typically stock. ...
Fund ManagerThe person responsible for the allocation of pooled money invested in a particular mutual fund. He/she is charged with investing the money to attain the returns ...
Fundamental AnalysisA method of predicting the behavior of a company's stocks by looking at fundamental information about the company such as financial health, sales and earnings ...
FuturesA term used to designate all contracts covering the purchase and sale of financial instruments or physical commodities for future delivery on a commodity futures ...
Futures ContractsAgreement to buy or sell an underlying security at a predetermined date at an agreed price. The difference between futures and options is that with ...
Futures OptionAn option on futures contracts. ...

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