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Volatility

vol·a·tile (v l -tl, -t l ). adj. 1.

Volatility is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Volatility books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

THE CBOE VOLATILITY INDEXо - VIXо
became the premier benchmark for U.S. stock market volatility.
The Local Volatility Surface
Quantitative Strategies. Research Notes. Goldman.
1 Merton's Model, Credit Risk, and Volatility Skews John Hull, Izzy
volatility of the company's assets, the outstanding debt, and the debt maturity.
Excess Volatility
Implied Volatility: Statics, Dynamics, and Probabilistic Interpretation
the shapes of the implied volatility skew (or smile) and term structure, forward? Here one seeks to characterize the dynamics of implied volatility.

Suggested News Resources

John Waggoner: Stock market's volatility an opportunity to invest
When the stock market dives 300 points, pundits start talking about increased volatility. By that reasoning, a broken arm could be referred to as increased flexibility.
What to look for amid the market's volatility
A last-minute debt-ceiling deal in Congress averted disaster, and Treasurys have rallied as investors sought protection from stock volatility. But be careful.
Equities to see volatility commodities to steady Experts
Andrew Freris, chief investment advisor for wealth management at BNP Paribas told CNBC-TV18 in an exclusive chat that the Fed's decision to rely on the next economic data to figure the need for a QE3 is a recipe for volatility.
Stocks volatility keeps US forecasters busy
Betting on volatility: Can you make money from fear?
By John Waggoner, USA TODAY When the stock market dives 300 points, pundits start talking about increased volatility. By that reasoning, a broken arm could be referred to as increased flexibility.

Suggested Web Resources

Volatility (finance) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In finance, volatility is a measure for variation of price of a financial instrument over time. Historic volatility is derived from time series of past market prices.
Volatile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Volatility Definition
Volatility - Definition of Volatility on Investopedia - 1. A statistical measure of the dispersion of returns for a given security or market index.
Volatility | Memory Forensics | Volatile Systems
Volatility is the open source memory forensics framework for incident response and malware analysis.
What is volatility? definition and meaning
volatility - definition of volatility - The relative rate at which the price of a security moves up and down.

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