“Back months” is used to refer to futures contracts that have a delivery date that’s due far into the future. Back months is generally known to be a popular term in commodity trading.
Backtesting means simulating trading strategies and models using historical data to understand whether they are effective.
A balance sheet is a financial statement that reveals a company’s assets, liabilities, and shareholders’ equity. It can help current and potential investors understand the financial health of a company.
Basis trading means futures trading strategies that use the difference between the spot price and the futures contract price of a stock or commodity.
The basis of allotment is the criteria to allocate shares to investors, most commonly during IPOs.
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