Categories

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The purposes of this page are to put together an initial categorisation to make browsing the wiki as simple as possible. There is no single correct categorisation, just different approaches one can take - fortunately the wiki supports multiple layers of categorisation, so we should be able to support the most intuitive routes to browsing the terms of the wiki.

Feel free to edit the list however you see fit, with the eventual aim of defining a universally accepted categorisation system:

[edit] Trading Categories List

Markets

  • Equities
    • Stock Markets
      • UK Stock Markets
      • US Stock Markets
  • Indices
    • Stock Indices
    • Commodity Indices
    • Fixed Income Indices
  • Forex
  • Commodities
    • Commodity Spot Markets
    • Commodity Future Markets
  • Fixed Income
    • Long-Term
      • Government Bonds
        • Treasury Notes & Bonds
        • Gilts
        • Bunds
        • JGB
      • CorporateBonds
    • Money Markets
      • Treasury Bills
      • Eurodollars


Derivatives

  • Futures
  • Forwards
  • Options
  • Spreabetting
  • CFDs
  • Warrants
  • Swaps


Trading Styles

  • Scalping
  • Day Trading
  • Swing Trading
  • Position Trading
  • Investing
  • Mechancial Trading
  • Discretionary Trading
  • Trend Trading
  • Range Trading


Trading Methodologies

  • Technical Analysis
  • Fundamental Analysis
    • Economic Indicators
      • UK Ecominc Inicators
  • Production Indicators
    • Retail Sales Volume
    • Industrial Prodcution
    • Composite Leading Indicator
  • Employment Indicators
    • Unemployment Rate
    • Vacancy Rate Indiciator
  • Level II
  • Risk Management
  • Money Management
  • Psychology


Regulatory Agencies

  • Financial Services Authority (FSA)
  • NFA
  • Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC)
  • Commoditiy Futures Trade Commission (CFTC)


Tools

  • Software
  • Data Feeds
  • Books
  • eBooks
  • Magazines etc


Trading for a Living

  • Home
  • Trading Arcades
  • Trading for a Firm
  • Taxation & Accounting