# Average Price.

The average price is the price of a security or group of securities over a specified period of time. The average price is calculated by taking the sum of the prices of the securities in the group and dividing by the number of securities in the group.

What is LCL in stock? In the context of stocks, LCL typically refers to the "last closing price" - in other words, the most recent price at which the stock traded before the market closed. This information is generally available on financial websites and can be used to help make investment decisions.

What is ATR in technical analysis? ATR stands for Average True Range, which is a technical analysis indicator that measures the volatility of a security. The average true range is calculated as the average of the true range over a certain period of time, typically 14 days.

The true range is the greatest of the following:

The current high less the current low
The absolute value of the current high less the previous close
The absolute value of the current low less the previous close

The ATR is a useful indicator for measuring market volatility and for setting stop-loss orders. A high ATR indicates a high degree of volatility and a low ATR indicates a low degree of volatility. What is cost basis formula? The cost basis formula is the formula used to calculate the cost basis of an investment. The cost basis is the original value of an investment, plus any additional costs associated with the investment, such as commissions or fees.

### What is basis in fixed-income?

Basis in fixed-income refers to the difference between the price of a security and the security's face value. The face value is the amount that will be paid to the holder of the security at maturity, while the price is the amount that the security is currently trading for. The basis can be positive or negative, and is typically expressed as a percentage of face value.

For example, if a security has a face value of \$100 and is currently trading at \$105, the basis would be 5%. If the same security were to trade at \$95, the basis would be -5%.

The basis can be affected by a number of factors, including interest rates, market conditions, and the creditworthiness of the issuer. In general, the basis will widen when interest rates rise and narrow when interest rates fall.

### What does Basis price mean?

Basis price is the price at which a fixed income security is quoted when traded between two dealers. It is also known as the inter-dealer price. The basis price is used to calculate the yield of a security, and is usually different from the price at which the security is quoted to the public.