Klaviyo IPO: Everything you need to know about Klaviyo
The email marketing platform Klaviyo has become a prominent software provider in a crowded field. Learn what sets the company apart ahead of the 2023 Klaviyo IPO.
How central banks control money
Money supply is directly controlled by central banks of influential countries around the world. Learn how they decrease and increase money supply in this article.
Ampere IPO: Everything you need to know about Renault’s Ampere
Renault’s Ampere is a pure play EV and software unit from the powerful French automaker Renault Group. Learn more about Ampere ahead of its spring 2024 IPO.
CVC Capital Partners IPO: Everything you need to know about CVC Capital Partners
Learn everything you need to know about the private equity for CVC Capital Partners ahead of its long-awaited IPO set to occur in 2023
Standard deviation explained
Standard deviation measures how volatile a set of data points are compared to the average mean. Learn how to use standard deviation to measure volatility while trading markets like forex, stocks and indices.
EMA explained: Trading with exponential moving averages
Exponential moving averages (EMAs) are moving averages adjusted to give greater weight to the most recent price data. Learn how to calculate the EMA using any number of periods and how to start using the EMA in your trading strategy.
Biggest US companies: your guide to the largest American businesses
Compare some of the largest American companies in industries like tech, healthcare and financial services. Learn about Apple, the world’s largest company, and other trillion-dollar technology firms.
The top 10 strongest currencies in the world
The world's strongest currency is the Kuwait dinar. Its high value comes from Kuwait’s booming oil industry, which accounts for 80% of the country’s exports. It is also the highest valued currency pegged to the US dollar.
History of the stock market
Stock markets have existed for hundreds of years. This guide covers the development of markets in 1700s Amsterdam to the most recent significant events of modern stock markets.
Trader’s guide to the Purchasing Managers’ Index
The Purchasing Managers’ Index is a popular formula to measure the monthly economic change in a country’s manufacturing sector. Traders can use it as a leading indicator to foresee economic developments.
When to use leading vs lagging indicators
Technical indicators can be divided into leading and lagging categories. Leading indicators track data used to predict future price action, and lagging indicators confirm trends by plotting price action relative to other metrics such as momentum or volume.