As a trader do you find yourself sometimes looking at a price chart and wondering why a stock reversed at a specific level? Or possibly more often you may want to know where it will stop falling so that you can buy it. If so, you are thinking about what the extreme is; “what is the farthest?”.
You are thinking about volatility.
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