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Financial terms starting with "F"

1. Financial Times

2. foundation

3. Finance Ministry

4. fixed cost

5. forfeit clause

6. follow on public offer (FPO)

7. fire control

8. fund company

9. Forward Pick Location

10. Forward Exchange Market

11. Forbes

12. Fraud In The Inducement

13. freely floating system

14. final salary scheme

15. Fundamental Right

16. Flag State (for Fishing Vessel)

17. face nailing

18. fall back

19. funds available for distribution (FAD)

20. Fundamental Trader

21. filled-cell masonry

22. Family Cash Benefits

23. Fitness

24. fish eyes

25. Flash Drive

26. financial planning

27. factoring

28. Fed speak

29. fluctuation limit

30. finish carpentry

31. Form 1099

32. Foreigner

33. facing brick

34. festoon

35. fluorocarbon

36. flue

37. Fpo

38. fiscal quarter

39. FTSE Mid 250 Share Index

40. five against bond spread (FAB)

41. fleet policy

42. Foreign Excursionists

43. Fair Labor Standards Act (Flsa)

44. Finite-life REIT

45. first-class

46. fire brick

47. FRA (1)

48. fixed currency

49. Financial Accountancy

50. Fixed price basis

51. Farm Security And Rural Investment (FSRI) Act, 2002 (United States)

52. friction

53. foreign commerce

54. fall behind

55. fiduciary deposit

56. fluting

57. forward contract

58. false signal

59. first lien debt

60. fence boards

61. Foreclosure

62. free cash flow for the firm

63. fixed income instruments

64. Fixed Parity

65. fixed-rate capital securities

66. free cash flow to equity

67. French Guiana Franc

68. Firm Offer

69. factor endowment

70. fair trade

71. futures equivalent

72. force majeure

73. Free stock

74. Fein

75. Forex charts

76. Federally Sponsored Agreements

77. Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (Farmer Mac)

78. Federal Income Tax

79. fleche

80. Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)

81. fixed deposit

82. financial centre

83. foreign crowd

84. flat grain

85. Foreign Tourists

86. firm price

87. fuel cell

88. fixture drain

89. filing fees

90. functional capacity evaluation (FCE)

91. federal crop insurance

92. Footnote

93. full section

94. Full Raster

95. French curve

96. fuse

97. Fiscal Sponsor

98. Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993

99. Foreign Debt

100. face brick

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Relative Strength

Categories: Investing and Trading,

A stock's price change over a period of time relative to that of a market index, such as the s&p 500. The relative strength of a stock is calculated by taking the percentage price change of a stock over a set period of time and ranking it on a scale of 1 to 100 against all other stocks on the market, with 1 being worst and 100 being best. For example, a stock with a relative strength of 90 has experienced a greater increase in its price over the last year than the price increases experienced by 90% of all other stocks on the market. Some technical analysts, especially momentum investors, like stocks with high relative strength rankings, believing that stocks which have recently gone up are more likely to continue going up. Other technical analysts believe that a very high relative strength can be an indication that the stock is overbought and is ready to fall. Relative strength is really a "rear view mirror" metric, measuring only how the stock has done in the past, not how it will do in the future.

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