SPAC VOLATILITY RATINGS
The stock market can be highly volatile, with wide-ranging annual, quarterly, even daily swings of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Although this volatility can present significant investment risk, when correctly harnessed, it can also generate solid returns for shrewd investors. Even when markets fluctuate, crash, or surge, there can be an opportunity.
Stock market volatility is generally associated with investment risk; however, it may also be used to lock in superior returns.
Volatility is most traditionally measured using the standard deviation, which indicates how tightly the price of a stock is clustered around the mean or moving average.
Larger standard deviations point to higher dispersions of returns as well as greater investment risk.
Strictly defined, volatility is a measure of dispersion around the mean or average return of a security. Volatility can be measured using the standard deviation, which signals how tightly the price of a stock is grouped around the mean or moving average (MA). When prices are tightly bunched together, the standard deviation is small. When prices are widely spread apart, the standard deviation is large.
As described by modern portfolio theory (MPT), with securities, bigger standard deviations indicate higher dispersions of returns coupled with increased investment risk.
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FAST Acquisition Corp.
Legato Merger Corp.
Union Acquisition Corp. II
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International Media Acquisition Corp.
Ribbit LEAP, Ltd.
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Trident Acquisitions Corp.
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