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Lot

A lot references the smallest available trade size that you can place when trading currency pairs in the foreign exchange market. Currencies are traded in lots, which are batches of currency used...

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Candlestick Patterns

A Japanese candlestick is a way of displaying information about an asset’s price movement. Japanese candlestick charts are one of the most popular components of technical analysis, enabling...

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Terms that start with “C”

  1. Cable
  2. Camarilla Pivot Points
  3. Cambist
  4. Cambodian Riels
  5. Canadian Dollar
  6. Cape Verde Escudos
  7. Capital Gains Tax
  8. Carbon Credits
  9. Cardano (ADA)
  10. Carry Trade
  11. Cash Market
  12. Catalyst
  13. Cayman Islands Dollars
  14. Cboe EuroCurrency Volatility Index (EVZ)
  15. Central Bank
  16. Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC)
  17. Central Bank Intervention
  18. Central Counterparty Clearing House (CCP)
  19. Central Limit Order Book (CLOB)
  20. Chaikin Oscillator
  21. Chart Pattern
  22. Chartist
  23. Chicago PMI
  24. Chile Peso (CLP)
  25. Chinese Renminbi
  26. Chinese Yuan (CNY)
  27. Christine Lagarde
  28. Circulating Supply
  29. Cleared Funds
  30. Clearing
  31. Clearing Price
  32. Client
  33. Closed Position
  34. Cloud Mining
  35. Coin Age
  36. Cold Storage
  37. Collateral
  38. Colombian Pesos
  39. Comdoll
  40. Commercial Corporations
  41. Commission
  42. Commitments of Traders Report (COT)
  43. Commodity
  44. Commodity Channel Index (CCI)
  45. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC)
  46. Commodity Research Bureau Index
  47. Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA)
  48. Communaute Financiere Africaine Francs
  49. Comoros Francs
  50. Completeness
  51. Compound (COMP)
  52. Comptoirs Francais Du Pacifique Francs
  53. Conference Board Consumer Confidence Index (CCI)
  54. Conference Board Leading Economic Index (LEI)
  55. Confirmation
  56. Confluence
  57. Congo Congolese Francs
  58. Consensus Algorithm
  59. Consolidation
  60. Consumer Price Index (CPI)
  61. Contagion
  62. Continuation Diamond
  63. Continuation Pattern
  64. Continuous Linked Settlement (CLS)
  65. Contract
  66. Contract For Difference (CFD)
  67. Convergence
  68. Conversion Rate
  69. Core PCE Price Index
  70. Correlation
  71. Cost of Carry
  72. Costa Rican Colones
  73. Council of the European Union
  74. Counter Currency
  75. Counterparty
  76. Country Risk
  77. Cover
  78. Cover On A Bounce
  79. Cover On Approach
  80. Crack Spread
  81. Credit Rating
  82. Credit Rating Agency
  83. Credit Risk
  84. Croatian Kuna
  85. Cross Currency Pair
  86. Cross Rate
  87. Crossover
  88. Crude Oil Inventories
  89. Crush Spread
  90. Cryptocurrency
  91. Cryptography
  92. cTrader
  93. Cuban Pesos
  94. Cup and Handle
  95. Currency
  96. Currency Basket
  97. Currency Code
  98. Currency Devaluation
  99. Currency Exchange Controls
  100. Currency Exposure
  101. Currency Forward
  102. Currency Future
  103. Currency Futures
  104. Currency Hedging
  105. Currency Manipulation
  106. Currency Option
  107. Currency Pair
  108. Currency Peg
  109. Currency Risk
  110. Currency Spot Rate
  111. Currency Trading
  112. Current Account
  113. Cyprus Pounds
  114. Czech Koruny

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