Position: refers to the ratio of actual investment and actual investment funds of investors.
Full Position: Buy all your funds all at once in Bitcoin.
Underweight: Sells some bitcoins, but not all.
Overweight: In comparison to funds, Bitcoin accounts for more.
Light storage: In comparision to Bitcoin, funds account for more.
Sell-off: Sell all of Bitcoins and turn them all into funds.
Profit taking: After earning a certain amount of revenue, sell other Bitcoins to keep profit.
Stop-loss order: After the loss reaches a certain level, sells other Bitcoins to prevent the loss from
Bull market: The price continues rising, the vision is optimistic.
Bear market: The price continues dropping off, the vision is gloomy.
Long position: The buyer thinks that currency price will rise in the future and buys. After the price of currency rises, the high price will be sold profitably.
Short position: The seller believes that currency price will fall in the future and sells currency is holding (or borrow money from trading platform), and after the price of currency falls, they will buy again at a low price.
Open position: Buy Bitcoin
Buy in: Buy Bitcoins in batches, such as buying 1BTC first, then buying 1BTC later.
Full position: Buy all your funds all at once in Bitcoin.
Rally: When currency price falls, the price rises due to rapidly falling.
Consolidation: Price fluctuations are small and currency price is stable.
Ease: Currency price falls slowly.
Dive（fall)）：Currency price falls rapidly.
Cut-loss: After buying Bitcoin, currency price falls, sell Bitcoin at a loss in order to avoid the expansion of losses. Or after borrowing currency to sell-off, currency price rises and buy Bitcoin.
Bear/bull trap: Currency price is expected to rise, but currency price falls unexpectedly after buying; or currency price is expected to fall, however, currency price rises after buying.
Relieve: After purchasing Bitcoin, currency price falling causes a temporary book loss, but then currency price rebounds and turns into a profit.
Missing: After the bitterness of selling Bitcoin, currency price rises all the way, but unable to buy in time, therefore fail to make a profit.
Overbought: Currency price continues to rise to a certain height, the resource of buyer is basically used up, and currency price is about to fall.
Oversold: Currency price continues to fall to a certain low point, the resource of seller is basically exhausted, and currency price is about to rise.
Bull: The currency consolidation is long and the possibility of a fall is quite high. The bulls mostly sell Bitcoin. The empty side raises the price of currency suddenly and induce many parties to believe that the currency price will rise and buy one by one currencies. As a result, the empty side weighs on currency, lead to be trapped.
Bear: After long-sellers buy Bitcoin, currency price is deliberately weighed down, causing the bears to think that the currency price will fall and thrown out one by one currencies, resulting in straying bull trap.