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The 10 Free Trading Lessons will cover the following topics:

(1) The importance of psychology in price movement.
(2) How to spot mega trends.
(3) Understanding of technical price objectives.
(4) How to picture price objectives.
(5) How to trade with moving averages.
(6) How to use point and figure trading techniques.
(7) How to use the RSI indicator.
(8) How to correctly use stochastics in your trading.
(9) How to use the ADX indicator to capture trends.
(10) How to capitalize on natural market cycles.

On top of the above, you will learn all about Fibonacci retracements, MACD, Bollinger Bands, and much more.

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Saturday, October 16, 2010


In the previous article, we had explained what Historical Volatility is very briefly. In these series, in order to gain better understanding and hence be able to interpret its meaning better, we’ll discuss more in-depth about Historical Volatility. As usual, I’ll try to share my understanding about this topic as simple as possible, so that it’ll be easier to understand for everyone.

The following are the series of topics on HV, which we’re going to discuss in the near future:

1) Definition of Historical Volatility
2) Formula to calculate HV
3) Steps to calculate HV using MS Excel (with example)
4) Understanding Standard Deviation
5) How to annualise Standard Deviation
6) Interpretation of Historical Volatility
7) Comparing HV

So, stay tune... =)

Other Learning Resources:
* FREE Trading Educational Videos with Special Feature
* FREE Trading Educational Videos from Trading Experts

Related Topics:
* Understanding Implied Volatility (IV)
* Understanding Option Greek
* Understanding Option’s Time Value
* Learning Candlestick Charts
* Options Trading Basic – Part 1
* Options Trading Basic – Part 2

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