Gold ETF

A gold ETF is a type of exchange traded fund (ETF) that is designed to move up and down in price as the market price of gold bullion moves up and down. It is one of the most popular forms of exchange ...

Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)

GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) are accounting standards, conventions and rules. It is what companies use to measure their financial results. These results include net income as well a...

Gross Margin

Gross margin is a way of measuring the amount of profit a company can make from its revenue.

Grey Market

By taking a position on a grey market, you’re taking a position on a company’s potential market cap ahead of its initial public offering (IPO). The price of a grey market is a prediction of what t...

Gearing Ratio

A gearing ratio is a measure used by investors to establish a company’s financial leverage. In this context, leverage is the amount of funds acquired through creditor loans – or debt – compared ...


GDP stands for gross domestic product, or the total value of the goods and services produced in a country over a specified period. It is used as an indicator of the size and health of a country’s ec...

Gap and Go

Gap and Go strategy is a momentum based day trading strategy which involves a gapping stock that continues in that direction with strong volume at the open.

Gravestone Doji

The Gravestone Doji is formed when the opening and closing price trends for underlying assets are essentially equal, but also occur at the daily low end.


Gaps on a daily chart occur when a stock opens higher or lower, than it closed the previous day. This happens when there is news or some type of catalyst overnight.

Good Till Canceled

A Good Till Canceled (GTC) order refers to a buy or sell request designed to last until the request is executed or canceled by the trader or broker.