|Gamma in trading:
Gamma in trading refers to the rate of change of an option's delta with respect to the underlying asset's price. Gamma measures the rate at which the delta of an option changes as the price of the underlying asset changes. It is used to measure the sensitivity of the option's value to changes in the price of the underlying asset.
GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product. It is a measure of the monetary value of all the final goods and services produced within a country in a given period of time, typically a year. It is used to determine the economic health and growth of a country.
Gearing ratio is a measure of a company's financial leverage. It is calculated by dividing a company's total debt by its total shareholder equity. A high gearing ratio indicates that a company is highly leveraged and has a greater amount of debt relative to its equity.
A gilt is a British government bond, issued by the Debt Management Office. Gilts are issued to raise money for the government and are considered to be among the safest investments.
The grey market refers to a market in which goods are sold through channels that are not authorized by the manufacturer or distributor. This can include imported goods, counterfeit items, or goods that have been sold by a distributor before they have been officially released.
Gross margin is a measure of a company's profitability. It is calculated by subtracting the cost of goods sold (COGS) from revenue and then dividing by revenue. The result is expressed as a percentage.
A guaranteed stop is a type of stop loss order that is guaranteed to be executed at the specified price, regardless of market conditions. This means that even in fast-moving or volatile markets, the stop loss will be triggered at the specified price, helping to limit losses.