Precious metals investment terms A to Z
- Discount Spread
A spread in financial markets is the difference between the bid price (the price that buyers are prepared to pay) and the offer price (the price which sellers are prepared to sell at) on a financial or investment product.Read more
Diversification is an investment strategy that calls for spreading risk and allocating resources so as to keep them from being vulnerable to external conditions, and to be as independent from each other as possible. In short, diversification is about “not putting all your eggs in one basket.”Read more
- Dodd-Frank Act
The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was passed in 2010 for the purpose of reforming the American financial regulatory system. A response to the financial crisis of the late 2000s, it is intended to improve transparency in the financial system, enhance consumer protections, end the phenomenon of "too big to fail" financial institutions, and implement other reforms.Read more
- Dollar Cost Averaging
Method of purchasing assets in which you divide your capital in equal dollar amounts and spread the purchase over time - perhaps over several months. Our studies show that the dollar cost averaging is not advisable for purchasing gold nor silver.
- Dow Theory
Dow Theory is a general theory that attempts to describe the behavior of the stock market: the way that price trends develop and the reasons behind it. It also gives some ideas on how to determine whether a particular move should be seen as a continuation of the current trend or rather a sign of a trend reversal.Read more
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