The date on which counterparts to a financial transaction agree to settle their respective obligations, i.e., exchanging payments. For spot currency transactions, the value date is normally two business days forward, also known as maturity date.
Velocity is a measure of the rate at which an asset’s price changes. It is useful to analysts looking for potential points of reversal.
A statistical measure of a market or a security's price movements over time, calculated by using standard deviation, associated with high volatility is a high degree of risk.
The number, or value, of securities traded during a specific period.