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21. Tom Next See Tomorrow Next.
22. Tomorrow Next The process of not taking delivery of a currency by closing the position and reopening it with the current trade date so the settlement date is pushed forward to the next trade date More…
23. Trade Date The date on which a position is opened.
24. Tradeable Amount The smallest transaction size allowed. For many brokers the tradeable amount is the round lot, which is usually 100,000 units of a particular currency. With FXTrade, it is 1 unit.
25. Trading Margin Excess Extra funds beyond the margin requirements for existing positions that can be used to enter new positions or increase existing positions.
26. Trading Model A sophisticated program that provides you with expert buy/sell recommendations for trading currencies on the foreign exchange markets. A Trading Model, based on its evaluation of historical More…
27. Trading Platforms A software application used for trading forex, usually over the Internet.
28. Trailing Stop Loss Similar to a stop loss in that it limits potential losses in an open order. But unlike a simple stop loss where the threshold does not change, a trailing stop loss can be instructed to More…
29. Transaction Buying or selling a currency pair.
30. Transaction Cost The cost involved in buying or selling a currency pair. Some consider the transaction cost to be the actual value of the contract, while others feel it is the price of facilitating the More…
31. Transaction Date The date on which a position is opened or closed.
32. Treasury Bills US government short-term obligations with 13-, 26-, and 52-week maturities.
33. Treasury Bonds US government long-term obligations with 15-year or more maturities.
34. Treasury Notes US government medium-term obligations with 2- to 10-year maturities.
35. Trend The current direction of the market, whether up or down or sideways (which is sometimes referred to as non-trending or trading market).
36. Trend Lines Lines, arcs, or other visual cues plotted on a line chart used to predict possible future market directions. Trend lines are often projected from historical points on the graph that are More…
37. Turnover The total volume of all executed transactions in a given time period.
38. Two-Tier Market A dual exchange rate system in which only one of the rates is open to market pressure, as with the pre-1995 South African Rand.
39. Two-Way Price See Quote.
40. Two-Way Quotation See Quote.

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