Accumulative Swing Index
The Accumulative Swing Index (ASI) is a tool developed by J. Welles Wilder to measure the potential breakability of a given market.
The ASI goes from -100 to 100. A positive figure indicates a bullish trend and a negative figure indicates a bearish trend. Once calculated, the ASI may be added to the candlestick chart. ASI's best feature is that it can be analyzed by the same technical tools applied to candlestick charts, which allows investors to use trend lines, wedges, triangles, and other tools to restore support and resistance levels.
An increase in currency value due to a market reaction or a general asset value increase.
Taking equal and opposite trades at the same time to benefit from small price differences throughout related markets.
Ask Price
The price according to which a market offers a currency or financial asset to be sold. An investor can buy a base currency for this price.
Something that has exchange value.
Asset Allocation
To divide estate funds and apply them into different markets in order to achieve a diversification and decrease risk margins on expected investment returns.