With recent market activity reminding traders that prices can go down as well as up, we’re suddenly starting to hear more about volatility again. Today we’ll discuss the different types of volatility related to stocks and ETFs. The first type of volatility is Historical Volatility, or HV, which may also be referred to as Realized… [Read More]
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Is it possible to increase your stock and ETF returns using only price as an indicator? Larry Connors believes the answer is yes, and here’s how you do it.
In today’s trading lesson, Larry Connors shows you how to apply historical volatility to your stock and ETF trading to potentially time big market moves.
What does volatility mean to us as options traders? Plenty, since it measures risk and investor sentiment. Options trader Ken Trester examines why volatility is an important factor to consider before making an options play.
Last Thursday (May 6), we talked about how to calculate the likely closing range of a stock within a certain time frame using historical volatility. Today we’ll discuss how to apply these calculations to your trading.