Spread – The difference between the bid and ask prices for a currency pair.
Liquidity – The measure of markets which describes the relationship between trading volume and price change.
Principal Value – The initial amount of money put in to any investment.
Pivot Point – The primary support or resistance level calculated basing on the previous trend’s High, Low and Close prices.
Volatility – A statistical measure of the number of price changes for a given currency pair in a given period of time.
Unrealized Profit/Loss (Floating) – A profit or a loss on non-closed positions.
Trend – The direction of market which has been established with the influence of several different factors.
Settled (Closed) Position – closed positions for which all needed transactions has been made.
Realized Profit/Loss – The gain or loss for a closed position after spreads and commissions have been paid.
Profit (Gain) – The amount of money gained when a position is closed.
Order – The request made by a customer for a broker to buy or sell the currency with a certain rate or at Market Price.