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Day: January 21, 2021

How to Measure Volatility with Average True Range (ATR)

MEASURING VOLATILITY: TALKING POINTS Volatility is the measurement of price variations over a specified period of time. We discuss the Average True Range indicator (ATR) as a measurement of volatility. Technical Analysis can bring a significant amount of value to a trader. While no indicator or set of indicators will perfectly predict the future, traders …

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Implied Volatility: What it is & Why Traders Should Care

Implied volatility, synonymous with expected volatility, is a variable that shows the degree of movement expected for a given market or security. Often labeled as IV for short, implied volatility quantifies the anticipated magnitude, or size, of a move in an underlying asset. WHAT IS IMPLIED VOLATILITY? Implied volatility is a number displayed in percentage …

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Historical Volatility: A Timeline of the Biggest Volatility Cycles

Throughout history there have been a number of extremely meaningful volatility spikes across major financial markets. Each had defining characteristics that made them similar, despite occurring in very different markets and for different reasons. The continuity seen across these volatility cycles is a good thing, because while it doesn’t necessarily make a major volatility spike …

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US: Housing Starts End the Year on Strong Footing 

TD Bank Financial Grouphttp://www.td.com/economics/ The information contained in this report has been prepared for the information of our customers by TD Bank Financial Group. The information has been drawn from sources believed to be reliable, but the accuracy or completeness of the information is not guaranteed, nor in providing it does TD Bank Financial Group …

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ECB Gets Slightly More Hawkish, Revealing that it might Not Use All of PEPP Envelope

The ECB left its powder dry in January. While continuing to warn of the downside risks on the Eurozone and global economy, the central bank delivered a hawkish tweak about operation of the Pandemic Emergency Purchase Program (PEPP). On the monetary policy measures, the central bank left the size of PEPP at 1850B euro and …

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