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Precious metals investment terms A to Z

M0 (monetary base)

It is the most liquid type of money circulating in the economy. The monetary base consists of physical money (coins, notes) and of commercial banks’ deposits with the central bank.

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MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence) – is a technical analysis indicator based on the discrepancies between moving averages calculated for different periods. Through the use of these moving averages, the MACD generates buy and sell signals.Because of its relatively easy-to-interpret signals, the MACD has become a popular tool among precious metals investors.

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Medium term

A medium period of time to hold an asset. How long is "medium" depends on individual investor's perspective.

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A type of a loan secured by real estate. A mortgage deal involves at least two sides – the borrower (typically a home buyer) and the lender (usually a financial institution). The lender provides the borrower with financial means necessary to buy a specific property. The borrower agrees to pay interest on the loan and uses the property as collateral. The deal might encompass various intermediaries between the lender and the borrower.

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Moving Average

A moving average (rolling average, rolling mean, running average, MA) is the average of the closing price of a security over a specified period of time. It smoothes short-term price fluctuations, thus giving a clearer picture of the trend. The 50-day and 200-day moving averages are quite often used as support and resistance levels for gold.

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tops prediction corrections in gold

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