Home » Financial Instruments

Financial Instruments

« Back to Glossary Index

In finance, financial instruments are the assets that have monetary value and can be traded. For example, checks, bonds, and bills of exchange. However, in the world of forex, financial derivatives such as futures contracts and options are known as the top financial instruments.

Related
Parabolic

Parabolic describes a market that moves a great distance in a very short period of time, frequently moving in an accelerating Read more

Monetary Policy

Monetary policy refers to the actions taken by a nation’s central bank to influence the availability and cost of money and credit to Read more

Kathy Lien

Kathy Lien is an expert in global currencies, author, and Managing Director of BK Asset Management. For retail FX traders back Read more

European Parliament

The European Parliament is the European Union’s law-making body. It is directly elected by EU voters every 5 years. It is a Read more

« Back to Glossary Index