Fud là gì

Whether you're in the stoông xã market, day trading Forex, or new lớn cryptocurrency, you'll hear a lot of trading terms that may sound unfamiliar. FOMO, ROI, ATH, HODL, what vì chưng these all mean? Trading and investment have their own language, và it can be daunting to learn all these new terms. However, they can be quite useful if you want khổng lồ keep up with what's going on in the financial markets.

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In this article, we've compiled some of the most important trading terms you should know if you're trading cryptocurrency.

1. Fear, Uncertainty, & Doubt (FUD)


While not exclusively a trading term, FUD is often used in the context of the financial markets. FUD is a strategy that aims khổng lồ discredit a particular company, product, or project by spreading misinformation about it. The ayên is lớn instill fear and gain an advantage somehow. This can be a competitive sầu or tactical advantage or profiting off a stoông xã price decline caused by the potentially damaging news.
As you'd expect, FUD is quite comtháng in the cryptocurrency space. In many cases, investors may enter a short position in an asmix then release potentially harmful or misleading news when the position has been established. This way, large profits can be made by short selling or buying put options. They may also position themselves with over-the-counter (OTC) đơn hàng beforehvà.

In many cases, the information turns out khổng lồ be false, or at the very least misleading. In some cases, however, it turns out khổng lồ be true. It's always good lớn try to consider all sides of the argument. It can be helpful khổng lồ think about what incentives people can have sầu by publicly sharing certain opinions.

2. Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO)

FOMO is the emotion that investors feel when they flock to lớn buy an asphối in fear of missing out on the profit opportunity. As there are heavy emotions involved, FOMO by a large number of people can lead to parabolic price movements. Investors "FOMO-ing" from asset khổng lồ asphối in a game of musical chairs can often signal the later stages of a bull market.
If you've sầu read our Technical Analysis (TA) mistakes article, you know that extreme market conditions can change the usual rules of the markets. When emotions are rampant, many investors may jump into lớn positions out of FOMO. This can lead to lớn extended moves in both directions and may trap many traders who try to counter-trade the crowd.

FOMO is also commonly used when designing social truyền thông media apps. Have you ever wondered why it's usually more difficult khổng lồ view posts on social truyền thông media timelines in strictly chronological order? This is also related lớn FOMO. If users were able khổng lồ kiểm tra all the posts since their last login, they'd have the feeling that they've seen all the latest posts.

By deliberately mixing older & newer posts on the timeline, social media platforms alặng to instill FOMO in users. This way, the users keep checking baông xã again and again in fear that they're missing out on something important.


HODL is a term that's derived from a misspelling of "hold." It's basically the cryptocurrency equivalent of the buy và hold strategy. HODL originally appeared in a now-famous post on the BitcoinTalk forum in 2013. The term was a spelling mistake in the title: "I AM HODLING." 
HODLing refers to holding on to lớn investments despite price drops. It's also commonly used in the context of investors ("HODLers") who admittedly aren't good at short-term trading, but want lớn get price exposure to cryptocurrency. It may also be used for investors who have high conviction in a particular coin & intkết thúc khổng lồ hold on khổng lồ their investment for a longer period.
The HODLing strategy is similar lớn the buy & hold investment strategy coming from the traditional markets. Buy và hold investors try to find undervalued assets và hold on to lớn them for a long time. Many investors adopt this strategy for Bitcoin.
If you've read our dollar-cost averaging (DCA) article, you know that this would have been a highly profitable strategy for Bitcoin. If you've sầu bought just $10 of BTC every week for the last five sầu years, you'd be up more than seven times your original investment!


BUIDL is a derivative term of HODL. It usually describes participants of the cryptocurrency industry who continue to lớn build regardless of price fluctuations. The main idea is that true believers of the crypto industry keep building the ecosystem regardless of brutal bear markets. In this sense, "BUIDLers" genuinely care about what blockchain và cryptocurrencies can bring lớn the world, and they are actively working towards this goal.
BUIDL is a mindphối that aims khổng lồ exemplify how cryptocurrencies aren't just about speculation, but about bringing this giải pháp công nghệ to lớn the masses. It acts as a reminder to keep our heads down and keep building the infrastructure that may very well serve billions of people in the future. In addition, BUIDLers underst& that the teams that keep building with a long-term mindset will likely bởi well over the long-run.



SAFU originates from a meme uploaded by Bizonacci. It incorporated hozo.vn's CEO, Changpeng Zhao (CZ), saying "funds are safe" during unscheduled platsize maintenance.
The video went viral within the cryptocurrency sphere. In response, hozo.vn has established the Secure Asphối Fund for Users (SAFU), an emergency insurance fund that's funded by 10% of trading fees. These funds are stored in a separate cold wallet. The idea is that the SAFU may cover the loss of user funds in extreme cases, offering an additional blanket of protection for hozo.vn users. This is why you might often hear the phrase "funds are safu."

6. Return on Investment (ROI)

Return on Investment (ROI) is a way khổng lồ measure an investment's performance. ROI measures the returns of an investment relative to the original cost. It's also a convenient way khổng lồ compare the performance of different investments.

Here's how you calculate ROI. You take the current value of the investment & subtract the original cost of the investment. Then you divide that number by the original cost.

ROI = Current Value - Original Cost / Original Cost

Let's say you bought Bitcoin at $6,000. The current market price of Bitcoin is now $8,000.

ROI = 8000-6000/6000

ROI = 0.33

This means that you're 33% up from your original investment. It's also worth taking into tài khoản the fees (or interest rate) that you have to lớn pay to get a more accurate picture.

Raw numbers aren't the whole picture, however. When comparing investments, other factors are also at play. What are the risks? What is the time horizon? How liquid is the asset? Can slippage affect your purchase price? ROI isn't the ultimate metric by itself, but it's a useful tool to measure your investments' performance.
Calculating position kích thước is crucial when thinking about investment returns. If you'd like to lớn read about a simple formula that will help you effectively manage risk, check out How to Calculate Position Size in Trading.

7. All-Time High (ATH)

We probably don't have khổng lồ explain this one, bởi we? The All-Time High is the highest recorded price of an asphối. For example, the ATH of Bitcoin during the 2017 bull market was 19,798.86 USDT on the BTC/USDT pair on hozo.vn. This means that this was the highest price that Bitcoin was traded for on this market pair.

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One compelling aspect of an asmix reaching All-Time High is the idea that almost everyone who ever bought is in profit. If an asmix has been in a prolonged bear market, many traders holding losing bags will likely want to lớn exit the market when their position reaches break-even.

However, if the asphối breaches its ATH, there aren’t any sellers left who are waiting khổng lồ exit at break-even. This is why some refer to ATH breaches as "xanh sky breakouts," as there aren't necessarily any obvious resistance areas ahead.

ATH breaches are also often accompanied by a spike in trading volume. Why? Day traders may also jump on the opportunity with market orders lớn make a quichồng profit & sell at a higher price. 
Does breaching the ATH mean that the price will just keep going up forever? Of course not. Traders & investors will look to lớn take profits at some point và may set limit orders at certain price levels. This is especially true if previous All-Time High levels keep getting breached again và again.

Parabolic moves can often over up in very sharp price drops, as many investors rush khổng lồ the exit once they realize the uptrkết thúc may be coming to lớn an over. Cheông chồng out the price drop after Bitcoin's parabolic move khổng lồ $trăng tròn,000 in December 2017.



Bitcoin drops from $trăng tròn,000 khổng lồ $11,000 in five sầu days.

After reaching an ATH of $19,798.86, Bitcoin dropped almost 45% in a matter of days. This is why it's always crucial lớn manage risk and always use a stop-loss.

8. All-Time-Low (ATL)

The opposite of ATH, the All-Time Low (ATL), is the lowest price of an asphối. For example, the All-Time Low of BNB was 0.5 USDT on the BNB/USDT market pair on the first day of trading.

Breaking an All-Time Low on an asphối can lead to a similar effect as when breaking the All-Time High – but in the opposite direction. Many stop orders may trigger when the previous All-Time Low is breached, leading to lớn a sharp move sầu down.

Since there is no price history below the previous All-Time Low, the market value can just keep going down, drifting lower and lower. Since there aren't necessarily logical points for it to lớn stop, buying during such times is very risky.

Many traders will wait for a confirmed trkết thúc change by an important moving average or some other indicator to even consider entering a long position. Otherwise, they could over up holding the bag for a long time, trapped in a position that keeps going lower và lower.

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9. Do Your Own Research (DYOR)


When it comes to the financial markets, DYOR is a term closely related khổng lồ Fundamental Analysis (FA). It means that investors should vì their own retìm kiếm inkhổng lồ their investments & not rely on others khổng lồ vì chưng it for them. "Don't trust, verify" is a commonly used phrase in the cryptocurrency markets with similar meaning.
The most successful investors will vì chưng their own research and come khổng lồ their own conclusions. As such, anyone who wants lớn be successful in the financial markets will have lớn come up with their own quality trading strategy. This may also lead to lớn disagreements between different investors, which is a completely natural part of investment and trading. An investor may be bullish on an asset, while another may be bearish.

Different opinions can accommodate for different strategies, and successful traders and investors will have sầu wildly different strategies. The main idea is that they all did their own retìm kiếm, came lớn their own conclusions, và made their investment decisions based on those conclusions.

10. Due Diligence (DD)

Due diligence (DD) is somewhat related lớn DYOR. It refers to lớn the investigation và care that a rational person or a business is expected to lớn make before coming to an agreement with another party. 

When rational business entities come to lớn an agreement, it's expected that they vì chưng their due diligence on each other. Why? Any rational actor wants lớn ensure that there aren't any potential red flags with the giảm giá khuyến mãi. Otherwise, how could they compare the potential risks with the expected benefits? 

The same is true for investments. When investors are scouting for potential investments, they need to vì chưng their own due diligence on the project to lớn ensure that they can take into lớn account all risks. Otherwise, they won't be in control of their investment decisions and may end up making the wrong choices.

11. Anti Money Laundering (AML)

Anti Money Laundering (AML) refers khổng lồ a number of regulations, laws, and procedures that alặng khổng lồ prevent criminals from disguising their illegally obtained money as legitimate income. AML procedures make it much harder for criminals lớn "launder" their money clean by hiding it or disguising it as coming from legitimate sources.
Criminals will always look for ways khổng lồ conceal the true source of their funds. Due khổng lồ the complexity of the financial markets, there can be many different ways lớn bởi vì that. Derivatives products made up of derivatives products, & other complex market machinations can make tracing the true source of funds quite difficult (though not impossible).

AML regulations require financial institutions such as banks to lớn monitor the transactions of their customers và report on suspicious activity. This way, criminals are less likely to get away with laundering illegally obtained funds.

12. Know Your Customer (KYC)

Stochồng exchanges and trading platforms have sầu lớn comply with national and international guidelines. For example, the Thành Phố New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) & the NASDAQ have khổng lồ comply with regulations phối by the United States government.

Know Your Customer (KYC) or Know Your Client guidelines ensure that institutions facilitating the trading of financial instruments verify their customers' identity. Why is this important? The main reason behind it is khổng lồ minimize the risk of money laundering.

In addition, KYC regulations aren't only valid for participants of the financial industry. Many other segments also have khổng lồ comply with these guidelines. KYC guidelines are generally a piece of a much broader Anti Money Laundering (AML) policy.

Closing thoughts

Cryptocurrency trading terms can seem a bit confusing at first. But now you know a good chunk of them, so you can feel more SAFU with all these abbreviations. Make sure to lớn DYOR on FUD, not blindly FOMO inlớn a coin that has reached ATH, and keep HODLing & BUIDLing!
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