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In any stock market, the prices of any underlying are subject to change based on various market

parameters. These parameters may be related to a specific trading instrument, country of its origin, international

news, and political news, financial growth of company and/or investors sentiment. As a retail intraday trader, it is

difficult to analyze all of these aspects during trading. Practically, if we try to follow and analyze all these

parameters, we would just be spending all our time analyzing these parameters and would hardly get time to

trade.

We need to be practical while doing intraday trading and we need to very quick while taking decisions

during intraday trading. Considering all these scenarios and taking into account the practical approach, I have

designed a very simple trading strategy to trade in any stock market without following/analyzing any of these

market parameters but still taking care of all these parameters indirectly. This is basically called smart trading

rather than hard work/laborious trading.

Many big firms pay heavily to hire research analyst to analyze their trading instruments on various such

parameters. They can afford to do so because they have huge capital and high net worth investors to invest in.

But as a retail investor, you practically cannot hire an expensive research analyst for all your trades. So, let’s think

in more practical and smart way to trade in any stock market.

Let me first tell you a little about this system which I have designed to trade in intraday. Practically, we all

know that Markets are driven by various parameters and based on these parameters, the prices of the underlying

varies a lot. In other words, I would say the underlying is volatile to various market parameters and sentiments.

So now here comes the word “Volatility” on which I concentrate for intraday trading.

To trade based on any strategy; you first need to know about the calculations involved in that strategy.

Here we are talking about trading using Volatility, so we need to know what volatility is and how is it calculated?

**What is Volatility?**

In finance, volatility is a measure for variation of price of a financial instrument over time.

I won’t be disclosing the formula for this or how is it calculated, but keep reading to know how you can trade

based on this system.

**Softwares to calculate Volatility**

In above definition, time can be of any time range. The longer the time range the better would be

accuracy of calculation. For sake of simplicity and practical use, we take into consideration just one week period

or last 5 days prices to calculate volatility.

We are not taking more than 5 days, because it would be time consuming to get the data for long time

frames and then entering those data manually in a calculator for each instrument.

However, there is real-time volatility software as well which takes data of longer time frame from live

feeds to calculate more precise levels in less time. Below are those 2 versions of Advanced Volatility Calculator.

1. Advanced Volatility – Takes last 5 days data to calculate levels and recommendation.

2. Realtime Advanced Volatility – Automatically takes more than a month’s data from live feeds to calculate

levels.

Saying all that below are the links to download both these calculators (remember they are paid ones, but you

get them as a free trial for a weeks’ time.)

1. Advanced Volatility Calculator - http://www.pivottrading.net/advancedVolatility.php

2. Realtime Volaitlity Calculator - http://www.pivottrading.co.in/realtimeAdvancedVolatility.php