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#TraderTerminology: ►Forecast◄ A prediction tool designed to anticipate financial results for a company for a future set amount of time. https://t.co/c44XbfO5DZ

#TraderTerminology: ►Yield Curve◄ A graphical representation of interest rates (yields) with equivalent credit quality but differing maturity dates; provides an idea for future changes in rates and economic activity. https://t.co/vh66MQzi2S

Alternative Data News : US Airlines Daily Flights : Tech Company tracks 17,000 : Is Everyone Chasing the Same Data : BlackRock's New Pandemic Investing Framework : Transform Data into a Business Asset : Data Literacy Shortcomings : ESG Section. https://t.co/FDIkW6Ucn8

#TraderTerminology: ►Compounding ◄ The procedure in which an asset’s capital gains or interest earnings are reinvested in order to produce more earnings over time. https://t.co/kYSMpAjzua

#TraderTerminology: ►Ballooning balance sheet◄ Rapidly increasing balance sheet as a result of a quick expansion in asset purchasing. See Fed Balance Sheet. https://t.co/BOJnshxz4j

#TraderTerminology: ►Jobs Report◄ Broad account of the different factors that measure the overall state of employment in the U.S. See non-farm payrolls. https://t.co/4S6DT8T2K2

ML/AI News : Nvidia StyleGAN2 Synthesizes HiRes Portraits : AI Weekly - Deep learning pioneer’s AI bias teachable moment : AI Applied to better predict & improve lifespan of batteries : Facebook Transcoder AI translates code between languages : ESG Section https://t.co/SJmV2abh35

#TraderTerminology: ►GDP◄ Gross domestic product is a measure of the total market value of all the final products/services a country yields within its borders in a certain time frame. https://t.co/Khboe6UafZ

#TraderTerminology: ►FOMC◄ The Federal Open Market Committee manages the open market operations within the U.S. including making crucial choices regarding interest rates and the expansion of the nation’s money supply. https://t.co/KS8DWXVjSy

#TraderTerminology: ►Emerging Markets◄ Countries which are developed but have a great deal of positive potential. Whilst a number of their top companies are US listed the easiest way to trade these countries is via an ETF. https://t.co/qFX4uSYzRn

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