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basis The price difference between a futures contract and the underlying cash market. The basis can be affected by supply/demand functions and carrying costs. bearish A downtrending market or a period in which prices are declining. belt-hold candle A candle that can be a bearish or bullish candle. The bullish candle opens on the low, forming a flat bottom or shaved-bottom appearance. The bearish candle opens at the high, forming a flat top or shaved-top look. beta An option term that measures the percentage of price move of the option in relation to the underlying futures contract. bid A reference to buy at a certain price. Black Scholes The standard formula for pricing the value of options. Fischer Black and Myron Scholes developed the calculation. breakaway gap A chartist term that applies when prices move substantially away from a congestion or consolidation area. The gap area leaves a space or hole on the charts. broker A registered representative of a brokerage firm who is paid commissions for accepting and placing orders for customers. bullish An uptrending market or a period in which prices appreciate in value. bull spread In most commodities and financial instruments, the term refers to buying the nearby month and selling the deferred month to profit from the change in the price relationship. butterfly spread Buying and selling two spreads in opposite directions with the center delivery month common to both spreads. calendar spread An options trade where one buys and sells options in different expiration months in the same underlying contract. call option A derivative product that gives a buyer the right, but not the obligation, to be long or to be a buyer of an underlying derivative product at the strike price level. candlestick charting Charting method that provides a visual presentation of the relationship between the open, high, low, and close. Color schemes are used to illustrate a candle s real body, which is the difference between the close and the open. If the close is lower than the open, the body is usually shown as black; if the close is higher than the open, the body is usually shown as clear or white. carrying charges The cost associated with holding or storing cash or physical commodities and financial instruments. Three variables are involved: storage, insurance, and finance charges or interest payments on borrowed money. cash settlement A means to settle a contract on the last trading day. Instead of physical delivery, the product is settled by the contract s cash value. Stock indexes, the U.S. Dollar Index, and a number of other futures contracts are cash settled.
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clearinghouse A company or separate corporation of an exchange that is responsible for reconciling trading accounts, clearing trades, collecting and maintaining margin monies, regulating delivery, and reporting trading data. Clearinghouses act as third parties to all futures and options contracts, acting as a buyer to every clearing member seller and a seller to every clearing member buyer. clearing member A firm that holds seats on an exchange and has the right to clear and reconcile trades of individual floor traders on that exchange. close The settlement or last price at the end of a trading session established by the exchange. commodity A physical product that is used in commerce and is traded mainly on a regulated commodity exchange. The types of products range from agricultural, such as meats and grains, to metals to petroleum. The term is also often applied to financial instruments such as foreign currencies, stock index futures, single stock futures, and various interest rate vehicles such as T-notes and T-bonds. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) The federal regulatory agency overseeing the U.S. futures industry, established under the Commodity Futures Trading Commission Act, as amended in 1974 and renewed periodically. The commission consists of five commissioners, one of whom is designated as chairman, all appointed by the president subject to Senate confirmation, and is independent of all cabinet departments. This agency regulates all nonbank Forex dealings as well as the futures industry. commodity pool An enterprise in which funds contributed by a number of persons are combined for the purpose of trading futures contracts or commodity options. Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) A specific registration that requires an associated person to be registered with the National Futures Association for two years. A registered individual or entity can then advise others, for compensation or profit, about buying or selling futures contracts or commodity options. A CTA can exercise trading authority over a customer s account as well as provide research and analysis through newsletters or other media. coupon The interest rate on a debt instrument expressed in terms of a percent on an annualized basis that the issuer guarantees to pay the holder until maturity. crop reports Reports compiled and released by private forecasting agencies and the U.S. Department of Agriculture providing pertinent information regarding estimates on planted acreage, yield, and expected production as well as the growing conditions and progress of the crops. crush spread The purchase of soybean futures and the simultaneous sale of soybean oil and soybean meal futures contracts. daily trading limit contract. The maximum price range set by the exchange each day for a
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