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Channel Line
A line parallel to the trend line. It is drawn by drawing a parallel line through a point farthest away from the trend line. In an uptrend, the channel line is drawn through the lowest trough ; in a down trend, through the highest peak. The channel line, or the return line as it I sometimes called, had measuring implications. Once a breakout occurs from an existing price channel, prices usually travel a distance equal to the width of the channel ( i.e., the distance between trend line and channel line).
Chartist
Another term for technical analyst, because charts, whether handmade or computer generated, are the primary working tool used for analysis.
Common Gap
A gap that usually occurs in very thinly traded markets or in the middle of horizontal trading ranges. It is more a symptom of a lack of interest than anything else.
Closing the Gap
It refers to pulling the prices back to the levels at which the gap was formed. For example let us take a stock, which in the way of its upward movement closed a week at Rs54 and in the week following it opened at Rs55.5 and moved further to Rs68 without coming even at Rs56. Here a gap of Rs1.5 is created. The gap will be considered as closed when the price of stock comes down to the rate at which the gap was created (Rs54). Normally when stocks begin their journey from consolidation phase, they move with a gap, which is not easy to be filled.
Complex Head and Shoulders
An uncommon pattern where two heads may appear. It has the same forecasting implications as a regular head and shoulder pattern.
Congestion Area
A period of horizontal or sideways price movements on the chart within a well defined top and bottom. The main purpose of congestion area analysis is to help the analyst determine in advance the direction of the ultimate breakout.
Continuation Pattern
Any pattern that typically signals the continuation of the trend in progress. Markets after taking a breadth start their journey again.
Call Option

A call option gives the owner the right to buy a future at a specific price which is called the Exercise Price or Strike Price.  A trader who sells the option has an unlimited risk as the buyer of the option has an option to exercise it. The owner of the option can exercise his right on or before a predetermined date which is known as Expiry Date, after this date the option lapses.
In-the-money
In case of call option, the option is treated as in-the-money if market price is higher than strike price.
At-the-money
The option is treated as at-the-money if market price is equal to exercise price.
Out of-the-money
The option is treated as out-of-money if market price is less than the strike price.
Example:-  Suppose if Niftys spot price is Rs. 2000 then call 1950 will be in-the-money, call 2000 will be at-the-money and call 2050 would be called out of-the-money.

Circuit Filter
Circuit filter is applied to all the shares to safeguard the interests of general investors from the extreme volatilities in markets by preventing any unexpected fall or rise in a single day beyond a limit. If the limit is crossed by any of the shares in a single trading day it is frozen for trade for some time (cooling period).
Crossover
It is a point on a stock chart where security price and an indicator intersect each other. Crossovers are used in aiding the forecast of future movements in the price of a security. A crossover is a signal to either buy or sell. Some of the indicators that may be used for crossovers are "moving average" and "Bollinger bands".
Covered Call
In a covered call, one should have delivery of the stock for which one can write an option to earn the premium against its delivery.
   
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