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Accelerating Trend
There is a very old saying that TREND IS YOUR FRIEND and it has been seen in the long run that if an investor does not go against the trend of the stock market, he does not loose. A trend can be an uptrend, downtrend or a sideways trend and once an investor is familiar with a main trend, he can make money. A sideways trend i.e., sideways market is the worst market for a trader.

When an investor or a group of investors starts accumulating a share resulting in the scarcity of the said share in market. The demand on the share exceeds its supply, which results in its price going upwards. Start of big rallies is always preceded by accumulation. This is the initial phase of an upward movement  when shrewd and informed investors start accumulating the stock i.e., collect the stock when as per them the bad news has been discounted. (Here one can see the formation of a higher bottom higher top formation).

In the diagram A, the shrewd investor accumulate the stock and take it up. Diagram B is opposite of accumulation and is distribution where shrewd investor distribute and give
Normally when the stock price moves in a side ways zone and tries to converge in the form of a triangle, the converging lines where they meet is called an apex. If a stock has traveled till the apex, normally it signals a failure of that formation. Normally a stock comes out of formation at 66% of the formation.
Arithmetical Mean
Arithmetical mean is also known as simple moving average. It is calculated by summing  all the quantities and then dividing the total by the number. Example an average age of 25 children in a class is adding 25 children age and dividing by 25.
Arithmetical Scale
It is a method of charting in which distances between two scales on a chart represents the same unit in rupees. For example a distance from 20 to 30 in an arithmetic scale represents a gap of Re 10 and a distance from 30 to 40 represents a gap of Re 10.
Ascending Trend
The price of the stock is going up and is making higher bottom higher top formation, general public is happy, the trend is rising. A good up trend generally is one in which the angle of slope up is 45% angle. Normally the rising trendline which is not much rising will trouble. If given a choice, one should be buying a stock which has more rising trendline than a flat trend line
Ascending Triangle
It is a typical pattern where the upper trendline is flat, while the lower trend line is rising, it is a signal that buyers are more aggressive than sellers and buyers are pushing the sellers back. It is treated as a bullish pattern and find if it breaks on the upside one should buy the stock. Normally from bottom formations in a bearish market, the first things one notices is ascending triangles
ADR American Depository Receipt
Foreign companies which want to get their stock listed on the US markets issue ADRs and this ADR represents a certain portion of the underlying stock.  Example:- If one ADR represents two shares of the underline company being traded, then the price of ADR will be two times the market price of that stock which is being traded in that country.  A lot of Indian companies have gone in for ADRs route.
One can invest money in stocks in which the future is there.  You buy the stock and sell the future and at the end of the settlement shift the future position to the next month with the result that you will keep earning the arbitrage interest on the stock.  There are clever traders who go on squaring up and selling the future again and again to earn more arbitrage.    more
American Option
It is an option which can be exercised at any time from the date you purchased and till the date of its expiry.  All Indian stocks options are American in nature and they can be exercised by the buyer anytime.  Index options are not American in style.
ASK Price
This is the price at which the seller offers to sell his option or the stock or the future.
If  an option writer gets a notice from the option buyer to deliver the security or square up the trade at the closing price, then in the Indian context, it is now the right of the buyer of the option who can give the notice of assignment to the seller of the option.

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