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1 Parabolic

The Parabolic Time/Price System is a trading system based on:

  • The assumption of trading a trend and the expectation of price to move — stops generated are driven by an acceleration factor based on the time elapsed.
  • The acceleration factor means the stops generated trace a pattern like a parabola.
2 Pattern
A term used generally in all areas of technical analysis to describe any configuration on a price chart from one period to many periods. See also continuation pattern and reversal pattern.
3 P/E Ratio Abbreviation for Price/Earnings Ratio.
4 Paper Loss/Profit
A profit or loss which has occurred but will not become actual until the security position is closed out.
5 Paper Trade  Trading stocks on paper without real money, to practice or test theories.
6 Penny Stocks  Low priced, high risk stocks, usually with a price of less than Ra 10 per share.
7 Period
A length of time over which prices are recorded and used for analysis. Common periods are a day, a week or a month
8 Plus Tick  A transaction where the stock price is higher than the previous transaction.
9 Point and Figure Chart A chart which shows price movements of a security, without measuring the passage of time.
10 Portfolio
All of the different investments owned by the same individual or organization.
11 Price
The value at which a trade takes place on a financial market. In this subject, it also refers to the value of an index or a market average.
12 Price/Earnings Ratio
A ration derived by dividing the market price of a company by earnings per share. This is thought to gage the value of the stock relative to current market conditions.
13 Profit Taking 
Action by short-term securities traders to cash in on gains created by a sharp market rise. This results in a temporary drop in market prices.
14 Protective Puts  The purchase of a put option at the same time as purchasing the stock defined in the put or while already owning the stock defined in the put.
15 Proxy 
A person who is authorized to represent another person. For example, a person who is authorized to vote in behalf of another stockholder at a stockholder's meeting.
16 Put Option 
A put option establishes the right to sell a specified quantity of the underlying security at a specified price any time during the duration of the option. You would buy a put option if you expect prices to drop.
17 Rally A substantial rise in the price level of the overall market, following a decline.
18 Rate of Return: Percentage increase in the value of an investment.
19 Resistance  Inability of a stock to rise above a certain price. This is generally due to an abundance of stock being available at that price.
20 Retracement The idea that swings in a trend retrace the previous swing in full or in part.
21 Return The object of trading or investing. Total return comprises any income stream and any capital gain
22 Reversal A general term to describe a change in direction of price movement.
23 Reversal (pattern)
In bar charting, a configuration on a price chart that, on the balance of probabilities, leads to a change in the direction of the prior trend. Its classification is confirmed when price breaks out of the pattern in the direction opposite to the prior trend.
24 Road Show  A series of meetings with potential investors and brokers, conducted by a company which is preparing for its IPO. These meetings usually take place in several locations throughout major cities.
25 Rounding Bottom A chart pattern in the shape of a saucer. Suggesting a new trend upward.
26 Rounding Top A chart pattern in the shape of an inverted saucer. Suggesting a new trend downward.