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Repurchase Agreement (Repo)

A repurchase agreement is a short-term loan structured as the sale of securities. As part of the repo, the seller agrees to buy the securities back at a later date.…

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Ponzi Scheme

A Ponzi scheme is a type of financial fraud that occurs when the perpetrator promises consistent, guaranteed returns on an investment. In reality, however, it simply involves paying early investors…

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Quote Stuffing

Quote stuffing is the practice of rapidly placing and then retracting large quantities of orders upon a targeted market or security. It is deemed an illegal act of market manipulation…

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Stop Running

Stop running is the practice of manipulating the price action of a security in order to trigger a bulk execution of stop loss orders at market. A legal trading strategy,…

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Layering

Layering is an illegal tactic used to manipulate markets as a means of driving the price of an asset up or down, which is followed by a trade in the…

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What Is Spoofing?

Both the U.K. and U.S. have made "spoofing" an illegal trading tactic, but why? Learn more about this manipulative strategy and its biggest violators.

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Stochastic Oscillator

The stochastic oscillator examines the closing price of a security in relation to its trading range for a specified period. Its development is credited to Dr. George Lane.

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What Are Watchlists?

Forex traders commonly develop watchlists to keep track of assorted currency pairs involved in active trade. Learn about how you can use watchlists on FXCM.

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