金融商品を取引するとき、一番の壁は専門用語です。また、一般的な用語でも、株価・為替(FX, CFD), 仮想通貨などでは違う意味で使われていることもあります。そんな時に便利な用語辞典をご用意しました。取引を始めたばかりの初心者から経験者まで全ての方に片手間で調べたい時に、ささやかですが、是非参考にしてください。
When we trade financial products, the number one barrier is terminologies. In addition, even general terms we use in our lives in the financial world such as stock, forex, cryptocurrencies may have different meanings. In such a case, this site has prepared a convenient term dictionary. It’s a small thing, but please refer to it when you want to find out glossaries with one hand for all investors from beginners who have just started trading to experienced people.
Total exposure a bank has with a customer for both spot and forward contracts.
Total demand for goods and services in the economy. Aggregate demand includes private and public sector demand for goods and services within the country, and the demand of consumers and firms in other countries for goods and services.
Total supply of goods and services in the economy (including imports) available to meet aggregate demand.
Difference in the value between currencies. Also used to describe percentage charges for conversion from paper money into cash, or from a weak into a strong currency.
An option which may be exercised on any valid business date throughout the life of the option. A European option can only be exercised on a specific date.
Describes a currency strengthening in response to market demand as opposed to increasing in value as a result of official action.
A risk-free type of trading where the same instrument is bought and sold simultaneously in two different markets in order to cash in on the difference between the markets.
Used in quoting forward “premium/discount”.
Association Cambiste International
The international society of foreign exchange dealers consisting of national “Forex clubs” affiliated on a worldwide basis.
An instruction given to a dealer to buy or sell at the best rate that is currently available in the market.
At or Better
An order to deal at a specific rate or better.
At Par Forward Spread
When the forward price is equivalent to the spot price.
At the Price Stop-Loss Order
A stop-loss order that must be executed at the requested level regardless of market conditions.
An option whose strike/exercise price is equal to or near the current market price of the underlying instrument.
Sale of an item to the highest bidder.
(1) A method commonly used in exchange control regimes for the allocation of foreign exchange.
(2) A method for allocating government paper, such as US Treasury Bills. Small investors are given preferential access to the bills.
The average issuing price is then computed on the basis of the competitive bids accepted. In some circumstances, such as government auctions, it is the yield rather than the price which is bid.
Average Rate Option
A contract where the exercise price is based on the difference between the strike price and the average spot rate over the contract period. Sometimes called an “Asian option”.
＊These glossaries are based on easyMarkets educational tools.