Implied Volatility Percentile Displayed on a Chart
Is implied volatility high or low? How does it’s current value compare to historical values? What happens to
implied volatility after an earnings release? Now, for the first time, view critical data associated with implied volatility directly on a chart. This indicator plots many of the same metrics currently only available on the Trade tab, under “Today’s Options Statistics”. That data is shown only for the 52 week high and low. But this indicator will even show you the 6 months implied volatility percentile. And those time spans are ADJUSTABLE! But wait, there’s more…. Yes, this premium indicator also comes with a stock scanner. And because we have a fast and a slow moving average of implied volatility, you can now run custom scans to search for stocks that have implied volatility trending higher or lower.
Just to let you know we failed to reach our targets for prospective buyers in the first week. But we really wanted to provide this indicator at a price that made it a great value for our viewers.
Built to the specifications of one of our viewers. At the viewer’s request we are experimenting with this as a ‘Crowd Sourced” premium indicator. Pricing on this indicator will be based on how many interested buyers contact us during the first week after publishing this video. If we meet the minimum number of buyers in the first week, we’ll post this indicator for sale to the general public and everyone will get a huge discount on a great custom indicator. You will not be billed until a final price is determine and you agree to that price. Click the link below to access our premium indicators sales page.
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