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Historical volatility
Historical Volatility is a measure of the Volatility of an Underlying instrument over a past period. Historical Volatility can be used as a guide to pricing options but isn’t necessarily a good indicator of Future Volatility. Volatility is normally expressed as the annualised standard deviation of the log relative return.
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