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Market Indicators That Reflect Volatility in the Market
Stock traders use the volatility index (VIX), the average true range (ATR) indicator, and Bollinger Bands to interpret volatility in the stock market.
How to Day Trade Volatility ETFs
A primer on how to day trade volatility ETFs and ETNs like the iPath Series B S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN (VXX), and the best time to do it.
Volatility Arbitrage Definition
Volatility arbitrage is a trading strategy that attempts to profit from the difference between the forecasted future price-volatility of an asset.
How Do You Calculate Volatility in Excel?
Historical volatility is a long-term assessment of risk. Here's how to calculate the volatility of a given security in Excel.
Why Volatility is Important for Investors
Many investors realize the stock market is a volatile place to invest their money. Learn how volatility affects investors and how to take advantage of it.
Options: Implied Volatility and Calendar Spread
Even if risk curves on a calendar spread look enticing, a trader needs to assess implied volatility.
A New Volatility Index Offers An Expanded View of Options
New upward and downward volatility features helped spot FX volatility trends in the early pandemic period.
Volatility From the Investor's Point of View
Increased volatility in the stock market provides greater opportunities to profit for both long- and short-term traders.
Maximize Profits With Volatility Stops
Find out which type of volatility stop fits your trading objectives.
CBOE Nasdaq Volatility Index (VXN) Definition
The CBOE Nasdaq Volatility Index (VXN) tracks volatility expectations in the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 index.