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Finance Dictionary and Glossary of Investment Terms
A term used when the price of a stock rockets or dives in a direction away from its last price range, such as a stock with a trading range of $10-$12 that closes at $12 and climbs to $14 the next day.
A significant price movement of a security or commodity between two trading sessions, such that there is no overlap in the trading ranges for the two days; or sometimes, such that the second day's opening price is outside the first day's trading range. also called gap.