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## Volatility Group

**Volatility** is a general term used to describe the magnitude, or speed, of historical price fluctuations independent of their direction. Generally, changes in volatility tend to lead changes in prices.

**Volatility** can also be viewed as a measure of our uncertainty about future price movements, and more specifically uncertainty about the proportion of those changes.

It is the annualized standard deviation of the rate of change of prices. Therefore it is a relative term and a volatility level that is high for one instrument may in fact be very low for another.

Valuable information can be extracted from this knowledge and traded in a great number of ways, particularly in relation to options. Some traders even utilize this information to assist in the placement of stop losses! It should be noted, however, that volatility is non-directional.

Your SOFTWARE has the following **Volatility** indicators:

## Related

- Indicator Type Settings
- Indicators
- Using Indicators
- Indicator Properties
- Signals on Indicators
- Comparative Indicators
- Relative Strength Comparison
- Fundamental Indicators
- Annual Fundamental Types
- Daily Fundamental Types
- Momentum Indicators
- DMI
- Momentum
- Parabolic SAR
- Rate of Change
- Thermometer
- Volume Momentum
- Moving Average Indicators
- Bollinger Bands
- Ichimoku
- MACD
- Mov Avg Bands
- Mov Avg Displaced
- Mov Avg Exponential
- Mov Avg Simple
- Mov Avg Weighted
- Oscillators
- Commodity Channel Index
- Oscillator
- Relative Strength Index
- Standard Deviation Channel
- Stochastic
- Volume Oscillator
- Williams %R
- Trailing Stop Indicators
- Trailing Stop ATR
- Trailing Stop FXTE
- Trailing Stop Percentage
- Trailing Stop Price
- Trend Indicators
- Highest High
- Lowest Low
- Pivot Points
- Swing Indicator
- Swing Overlay
- ATR Welles Wilder
- Average Range
- Average True Range
- Statistical Volatility
- Volatility
- Volex
- Welles Wilder ATR Bands
- Volume Indicators
- Accumulation/Distribution Line
- Chaikin's Money Flow
- On Balance Volume
- Open Interest
- Volume
- Indicators Criteria

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