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Don’t start investing or trading in stock market without proper knowledge. In Indian stock market or in any stock market few standard terms are used with the relevance of technical analysis. Sharetipsinfo suggest investors or traders must read complete glossary to understand stock market better. Learn basics of stock market with our glossary.



An industry or company that is underperforming the market.


An industry or company that is outperforming the market .

Limit Order

An order to buy or sell a security at a specific price . as opposed to a market order , limit orders might not be filled immediately if the market moves away from the specified price.

Line Chart

Price charts that connect the closing prices of a given market over a span of time that form a curving line on the chart . This type of chart is most useful with overlay  or comparison charts that are commonly employed in intermarket analysis . It is also used for visual trend analysis of open end mutual funds.

Linear (Arithmetic) Scaling

On a linear (arithmetic ) scale chart , the spacing between each point on the vertical scale is identical . Thus the vertical distance between 10 and 20 is the same as the vertical distance between 90 and 100. While this kind of scaling is intuitive and easy to recreate by hand , linear scaling shuld not be used on charts with large vertical ranges . Amove from 10 to 20 is much better than a move from 90 to 100 , but on a linear scale they both appear the same .


The ease with which a stock may be bought or sold in volume  on the marketplace without causing dramatic price fluctuations.A highly liquid stock is characterized by a large volume of trading and a large pool of interested buyers and sellers

Logarithmic (Percentage) Scaling

On a logarithmic scale chart , the vertical spacing between two points corresponds to the percentage change between those numbers . Thus , on a log scale chart , the vertical distance between 10 and 20 (a 100% increase) is the same as the vertical distance between 50 and 100 . Because these  charts show percentage relationships , logarithmic
Scaling is also called “percentage ” scaling. It is also called “semi-log” scaling because only one of the axes (the vertical one ) is scaled logarithmically .

Long-Legged Doji

This candlestick has a long upper and lower shadows with the Doji in the middle of the day’s trading range , clearly reflecting the indecision of traders alert.



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