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Why do more floating shares mean less volatility for the stock?

In the article Investopedia explains 'Floating Stock', it states: The more shares of floating stock are available, the less volatile a company's stock price is likely to be, and vice versa I ...
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What does it mean to long convexity of options?

In this Bloomberg video, Curnett talks about volatility and the convexity of options. Specifically, he says; "The spread between the VIX sitting there at 20 for a period of time and this realized ...
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Is it possible to quantify the probability of sudden big movements for a high-volume stock?

As an example: Over this past weekend, from Friday close to Monday open, Netflix (NFLX) dropped about 36% in stock price. Going back to July, Netflix was trading near $300, and now it is at about ...
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How to make money from a downward European market?

The trader Alessio Rastani speaks in a BBC interview about the development of the Euro zone and his predictions are quite severe. He predicts a crash within the next 12 months but is also telling ...