Tickmill Group Consists of the below Entities:
Tickmill UK Ltd
Authorised and Regulated by the FCA UK
Negative Balance protection
FSCS Protection
84 Trading Instruments
Tickmill Europe Ltd
Authorised and Regulated by CySEC
Negative Balance protection
ICF Protection
84 Trading Instruments
Tickmill Ltd
Authorised and Regulated by the FSA SC
Negative Balance protection
84 Trading Instruments

The forex industry is made up of countless definitions and it’s easy to forget a few along the way. But because no forex education can be complete without a glossary of forex terms, we’ve compiled one which aims at explaining key definitions in the simplest way possible.

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Rally keyboard_arrow_down
A recovery in price after a period of decline.
Range keyboard_arrow_down
The difference between the highest and lowest price of a future recorded during a given trading session.
Rate keyboard_arrow_down
The price of one currency in terms of another, typically used for dealing purposes.
Resistance keyboard_arrow_down
A term used in technical analysis indicating a specific price level at which analysis concludes people will sell.
Retail Sales keyboard_arrow_down
Measures the monthly retail sales of all goods and services sold by retailers based on a sampling of variety of different types and sizes. This data gives a look into consumer spending behavior, which is a key determinant of growth in all major economies.
Revaluation keyboard_arrow_down
An increase in the exchange rate for a currency as a result of central bank intervention. Opposite of Devaluation.
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Exposure to uncertain change, most often used with a negative connotation of adverse change.
Risk Management keyboard_arrow_down
The employment of financial analysis and trading techniques to reduce and/or control exposure to various types of risk.
Roll-Over keyboard_arrow_down
A rollover is the interest paid or earned on an open position held past the close of the NY trading at 1700 ET reflecting the interest rate differential between the two currencies. The spot forex market is traded on a two-day value date. For example, for trades executed on Monday, the value date is Wednesday. However, if a position is opened on Monday and held overnight (remains open after 1700 ET), the value date is now Thursday. The exception is a position opened and held overnight on Wednesday. The normal value date would be Saturday; because banks are closed on Saturday the value date is actually the following Monday. Due to the weekend, positions held overnight on Wednesday incur or earn an extra two days of interest. Trades with a value date that falls on a holiday will also incur or earn additional interest.
Round trip keyboard_arrow_down
Buying and selling of a specified amount of currency.
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