Saturday, April 14, 2012

Слэнг который используют амеры

HOD - High of Day (nHOD = new high of day) LOD - Low of Day (nLOD = new low of day)
Typically NOT used near market open. Proper usage is when a stock has retreated from a high or low, then later makes a new high or new low.
EOD – End of Day
O/N – Over Night
52s – new 52 week high
B/O = breakout
SS or S/S – short sell
Green – Price is above previous day’s close
Red – Price is below previous day’s close
Green to Red – Stock was above prior day’s close, but now has dropped below it
Red to Green – Stock was below prior day’s close, but now has rose above it
L/F - low float
ADR – average day range over a certain period number of days, example: ADR(30) – the higher the number the more volatile
D/R – DayRanger
UBB - Upper Bollinger Band
LBB -Lower Bollinger Band
DD - Due diligence, do your homework on the stock, news, earnings, fundamentals etc.
E/R – Earnings Report
Pre – Pre-market trades
AH – After Hours trades
Shoooooop – often referred to when a stock starts to tank hard
Low float -usually small cap companies with fewer shares issued and a lot of those shares owned by insiders or institutions. Hence lower number of shares actively traded. That increases volatility and potential for short squeeze or drop/rise on E/R or news.
R/R- Risk/Reward
S/R support/resistance