Calculator of forex volatility

Calculations and volatility charts for major, exotic, and cross currency pairs

What is volatility on Forex?

Volatility is a statistical measure to gauge fluctuations on Forex. This term reflects a size of changes in a security’s value for a certain time interval. Besides, it is an important financial barometer, which determines an amount of risk for a particular deal. For instance, currency pairs with a low volatility are less risky as their values do not fluctuate dramatically. On the contrary, currency pairs with a high volatility require a well-grounded trading strategy.

Volatility calculator

The average volatility calculator is created to assess a price volatility of a particular currency pair for a certain period. A trader can estimate volatility of major, exotic, and cross currency pairs. A calculation is based on an intraday change in pips and percent according to a certain time frame from 1 to 52 weeks. The volatility calculator helps traders evaluate the degree of their investment risks.

Why do traders need a time frame?

Traders should be aware of an average volatility for every currency pair. The calculator enables traders to measure a standard volatility for different time frames as well as deviations from an average level. Thus, traders can recognize a favorable period for trading. Importantly, too “old” data can be unimportant to make a forecast.

How to calculate volatility?

The average true range (ATR) indicator is used to measure market volatility. Please follow the formula below:
Formula: Variation = Average (Higher — Lower)
Interpretation: Variation equals an average value of a difference between the highest and lowest prices of a currency pair over a particular period.

Market quotes for calculations are provided by InstaForex.

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