The red dotted line has been moved to JUST TOUCH the
red EMA200 line in two places (eliminating
Until the next line - here we bridge over two wiggles to pick the slope out of it
volatility). Any straight line on the chart behaves
like a bond yielding interest and the dotted line
follows the price growth of the ETF, ignoring noise.
The same formula for Rate Of Return can give the amount of Up - And - Down variation within one year; just measure In other words define volatility as a statistical range rather than as standard deviation.
..0 | 20..1 | 20..2 |
20..3 | 20..4 | 20..5 |
20..6 | 20..7 | 20..8 |
20..9 | 20..A | 20..B |
20..C | 20..D | 20..E |
Notice that setting n=a zillion (continuous) eliminates it
and changes the formula to A = Pe^{rt}=$20751k.
This formula is used by banks to calculate interest.
To do that it has to be changed to r=Ln(A/P)/t.
Notice that it is not yield.
That happens to be
the formula for the
e^{rt} swoops upward on a normal plot.
A "log plot" makes it into a straight line by compressing the upper part of the Y-axis.
"log plots" that
market websites show us.