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GLOSSARY
1 Daily Chart
This is a chart where the period are equal to one day and values discribing the chart  refers to closing price  for each day or  can represent Open , Low and close prices .
2 Day Order
An order to buy or sell shares that is valid only for the day on which it was entered or will be canceled by the end of the day if not executed.
3 Day Trading
Day trading is a  profession, skill, or a mentality that traders follow to take advantage of the liquidity available through real-time trading for taking profit or a loss all in a day. Traders enter the day flat and trade on intraday moves and exit the day with no open position.
4 Dead Cat Bounce
A quick, moderate rise in the  stock price following a bear phase or major decline.
5 Default Failure to pay back a debt.
6 Defensive Stocks
Stocks that do not tend to decline as much as the market in general in times when stock prices are falling. Those include companies with earning that tend to grow despite the business cycle, such as food and drugs , utility etc which pays high dividends.
7 Delayed Opening
 Delayed or Temporary postponement of trading on an exchange or in a specified script beyond the normal opening time  because of market conditions that have been judged  and  implemented by regulatory  authorities.
8 Derivative
A tradable instrument which derives its value from some other instrument. Futures, options and warrants are all derivatives presently  trading in Derivative are restricted to limited stocks on BSE and NSE.
9 Distribution

Distribution is systematic selling in a share or security without significantly affecting the price. After an advance, a stock may start forming a top and trade sideways for an extended period. While this top forms, a security's shares may experience distribution as well-informed traders or investors seek to unload positions. A quiet distribution period is usually subtle and not enough to put downward pressure on the price. More aggressive distribution will likely put downward pressure on prices.

10 Deep in the money option
A call option with a strike price that is significantly below the market price or a put option with a strike price that is significantly above the market price.
11 Deep out of the money option
A call option with a strike price that is significantly above the market price or a put option with a strike price that is significantly below the market price.
12 Delta

The change in price of a call option in relation to the change in price of the underlying security.

13 Demand The aggregate of bids by buyers at a given price.
14 Descending Tops A chart pattern where each new high price for a security is lower than the previous high.
15 Dip
A small temporary drop in price during an overall upward trend.
16 Divergence in Charting
When two charting lines are heading in opposite directions, generally after a cross-over point.
17 Diversification

Investing in a wide variety of investments within a different companies or commodities, real estate  so as to reduce overall risk.

18 Double Bottom
Price action of a security or market average where it has declined two times at the same approximate level, indicating the existence of a support and possibility of the end of the down trend.
19 Double Top
Price action of a security or market average where it has advanced two times at the same approximate level, indicating the existence of a resistance and possibility of the end of the down trend.
20 Down tick A transaction where the stock price is lower than the previous transaction.
21 Dow Theory
A theory which is based on the belief that the fluctuations in the stock market are both a reflection of current business trends as well as a predictor of future business trends. Charles Dow commonly refered to as the granddaddy of technical analysis, formulated the Dow Theory, about 100 years ago, in 1884. He observed that most stocks move in conjunction with the over all market. If the market moves up many stocks moves up and vise versa.
22 Dow Jones Averages 
The most widely used Averages to track overall market conditions. There are four Dow Jones Averages: Industrial, Transportation, Utilities, and Composite. The Composite is simply the previous three combined.
23 DJIA
Dow Jones 30Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) comprises of 30 stocks. The single most widely used average. It is a price-weighted average of 30 actively traded blue chip NYSE stocks. It is thought to give one of the best overall indications of stock market conditions.  It has highest weightage to old economy stocks and  represent about a fifth of the $ 8 trillion plus market value of all US stocks and about a fourth of the value of stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange.