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GLOSSARY
1 Bar Chart A chart used to plot stock movements using vertical bars to indicate prices.
2 Black Monday It is a name given to October 19, 1987 fall of the Dow Jones Industrial Average by a record 508 points which represented a decline of almost 23%.
3 Block Trade A big trade  through broker typically defined by minimum of 10,000 shares or more.
4 Blue Chip Stock A stock that is from a well known,  with a long and successful track record of profit growth and dividend sharing.
5 Bottom Fishing Buying in stocks whose prices have dropped dramatically based on the belief that the stock has reached bottom and will now rebound.
6 Bear A person who feels that prices of stocks or some aspects of it is going to decline further.
7 Bearish A pessimistic outlook for prices held by bears/sellers.
8   It is a phase in the stock market where  prices decline by 15% or more. Bear Market has no support and dominating trend is one of falling prices.
9 Bear Market It is a phase in the stock market where  prices decline by 15% or more. Bear Market has no support and dominating trend is one of falling prices
10 Broker: An individual registered to Buy/ Sell  securities.
11 Breakout Used to describe when a security rises above or falls below a particular level with high volume, generally it's previous high or low point.
12 BSE Sensex The Stock Exchange Mumbai Sensex 30 Shares: The equity shares of 30 companies included in the Sensitive Index are part of the specified group consisting of 150 scrips The selection has been made on the basis of liquidity, depth, floating-stock-adjusted depth and industry representation. The compilation of the index values is based on the 'weighted aggregates' method. The financial year 1978-79 was chosen as the base year
13 BSE 200

The Stock Exchange Mumbai Sensex 200 Share:-This is a broad-based index launched to reflect the market trends in a more effective manner and to provide a better representation of the increased equity stocks, market capitalisation and the newly emerged industry groups

Besides market capitalisation, the market activity of the companies as reflected by the volume of turnover and certain fundamental factors were taken into consideration. The financial year 1989-90 has been chosen as the base year

14 Bull A person who feels that prices of stocks or some aspects of it is going to rise further.
15 Bullish An optimistic outlook for prices held by bulls/buyers
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Bull Market

An optimistic outlook for prices held by bulls/buyers. Bull Market has no resistance and dominating trend is one of falling prices.
17 Buyer A market participant who looks to purchase a financial instrument. Their motivation will be to profit from an appreciation in the price, take profits on a short trade or to cut loses on a short trade.
18

Buying Power

The amount of additional share that a buyer may purchase using the existing equity in his account.

19

Buy Stop Order

It is an order to be executed when the market price reaches the customer's defined price, known as the stop price. When this occurs, it becomes a market order.