How Experts are Profiting on Historical Volatility
Now Through December
This year has been a busy one for currency traders and for good reason; historically, we’ve had one of the largest volatility levels in quite some time all throughout 2015. Between eurozone news and U.S. Federal Reserve decisions, the market has been on a rollercoaster of movements expert traders have been cashing in on.
As hard as it is to believe, we’re already in the final quarter of the trading year. From past experience, this is where the experts start to shift their trading plans. Typically, the end of the year, minus the final two weeks of December, is when the currency world starts to see even higher volatility and some of the largest trading ranges it has seen all year.
But, this year has been a little different as far as market trends and daily trading ranges go, which consequently is leading traders to believe that the natural spike in volatility normally seen during the final few months of the year could be even more drastic in 2015.
What you need to know: With the increased volatility this year, there’s still a lot of pips to be paid out of this market, but the trading plans you used back in January and even July are not going to cut it.
Why? The annual cycle still holds true.
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