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Bell Curve in Investing

Bell curve is the commonest form of distribution for a variable. The term is derived from the notion that the graph that shows a normal distribution features a bell-shaped line. Also, this curve is termed a normal distribution. It is not common to refer to the bell curve as a Gaussian distribution, in line with […]

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Bar Chart in Stock Trading

Bar chart is one of the chart patterns that technical analysts use in stock and other investment types. In a typical bar chart indicating price movements in the stock market, the top of the chart (for the vertical axis) will show a security’s highest price as traded during the day, while the bottom of the […]

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Arithmetic Mean in Investing

Generally, arithmetic mean is a way of representing the actual value of series of numbers mathematically, calculated as the sum of the entire numbers in the set of series all- over the frequency (count) of the entire numbers in the set of series. A popular term for this concept is ‘mean’ or simply ‘average’. Arithmetic […]

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