A market that is likely to move strongly in one direction after being flat, or after moving in the opposite direction for a period of time.
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U.S. President Richard Nixon is credited with enabling a free-floating currency system after ending the Bretton Woods Accord.
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"Coincident Indicator" - An economic indicator that shows the current state of the economy of a particular area. The GDP, for example, is one of the most significant coincident indicators.
Be wary of promises and bonuses. If something sounds too good to be true, then it most probably is.