|Where the opening bar of a price chart opens and stays beyond (lower or higher) that of the spread of the previous bar.
Gaps can be lower or higher.
Refers to an investment that lacks direction and is not trending higher or lower. Certain options ...
It is advisable to protect loss potential by entering an order that will "stop" the trade ...
Trailing stops are designed to follow the market price of a stock by a percentage amount ...
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