If prices do not move, trading is irrelevant.
Join us for this must see webinar where we will look at three different types of volatility, including news/data releases, and some trading responses.
When: Thursday, May 16 2013 13:00 (GMT) (9AM EST)
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Volatility is not often analyzed as a separate phenomenon but violent price movements originate in different ways and identifying and understanding the causes are essential to successful trading.
Bernanke says quantitative easing to end tomorrow (just kidding) and the Euro falls 300 points. Non-farm payrolls lose 400,000 jobs and the dollar gaps two figures down against the Yen. Sterling reaches a four year low and suddenly accelerates as stop loss executions plunge traders into a selling panic. These are three imaginary instances of extreme volatility. Each is dangerous but are they the same? Should traders avoid such markets and wait for more predictable movements? Or, despite the danger is there useful information in these different types of volatility? In this webinar we will explore the origins of market volatility and propose different trading responses. The more understanding a trader has of volatility the better will be their judgment and execution.