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RaidersA person or group of people that attempt to buy over 50% of the shares of a company in order to control the company by ...
RallyA recovery in price after a period of decline. ...
Ratio BackspreadA strategy using all puts or all calls whereby the trader buys OTM options in a ratio of 3:2 or 2:1 to the ITM options ...
Ratio Put SpreadA bullish strategy that involves the trader being short in more, lower Strike puts than those higher Strike puts he is long in, at a ...
Ratio SpreadsRatio spreads are an evolution of the bull call or bear put spread. They combine long purchased options with multiple short options. ...
Real-time DataA source of information that is updated live and changes instantaneously as prices change in the marketplace. ...
RecapitalizeTo use your closed out trading profits to increase the amount of contracts, options or stocks that you normally trade. ...
Regulation DUnder the Securities Act of 1933, any offer to sell securities must either be registered with the SEC or meet an exemption. Regulation D (or ...
Regulation FDSEC regulation adopted in 2000 that eliminated the practice of selective disclosure. ...
Reinvestment DateThe first day of the ex-dividend period. ...
Relative StrengthA ranking of near-term directional price movement. A technical indicator comparing a security’s price action as compared to that of an index or another stock. ...
RequotingThe practice of a broker-dealer filling an order at a price not seen on the public price feed. ...
Resistance LevelA term used in technical analysis indicating a specific price level at which analysis concludes people will sell. ...
Restricted StockStock which is acquired though an employee stock option plan or other private means and which may not be transferred. ...
Retail investorIndividual investor making decisions for a personal portfolio. In contrast to institutional investors who make decisions on behalf of financial institutions, retail investors represent individual ...
ReturnThe income earned or a capital gain made on an investment. ...
Return on EquityReturn on equity is the return generated by the company for each dollar of shareholder investment. This is a way to determine how effectively the ...
RevaluationAn increase in the exchange rate for a currency as a result of central bank intervention. ...
Reversal StopReversal Stop (or Stop and Reverse) order - A stop order which, when activated, reverses the current position from long to short (or vice versa). ...
Reverse Stock SplitA reverse stock split is defined by the SEC as a transaction that reduces the number of shares of company stock outstanding while simultaneously increasing ...
RhoRho is the measure of the sensitivity of the option to changes in interest rates.When interest rates are low, rho is not nearly as necessary ...
RiskThe potential financial loss inherent in an investment. ...
Risk Free RateThe interest chargeable on Treasury Bills (T-Bills) is generally known as the Risk Free Rate, and it is this rate that is used as a ...
Risk ManagementThe process of managing trades by hedging risk. ...
Risk ProfileThe graphic depiction of a trade, showing the potential Risk, Reward, and Breakeven Points as the underlying security price deviates within a range of prices. ...
Risk ReversalThe term risk reversal is used in a couple of different ways in trading:In foreign-exchange trading, risk reversal is the difference in delta and volatility ...
RolloverProcess whereby the settlement of a deal is rolled forward to another value date. The cost of this process is based on the interest rate ...
Root SymbolThe first part of an options symbol that represents the underlying security. ...
Running StopsThe practice of market makers entering orders for the purpose of hitting customer stop loss orders. ...

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