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 Natenberg's Volatility rev. 01/21/97 Historical volatility is defined by Sheldon Natenberg, as the standard deviation of the logarithmic price changes measured at regular intervals of time. In Mr. Natenberg's book, "Option Volatility & Pricing," he covers volatility in detail and gives the formula for computing historical volatility. In MetaStock, the equivalent formula would be: Std( Log( C / Ref( C ,-1 ) ) ,10 ) * Sqrt( 365 / 7 ) The above assumes Weekly Data. To utilise this with Daily Data, the MetaStock formula would be: Std( Log( C / Ref( C,-1) ),10 ) * Sqrt( 365 ) For further interpretation refer to the book "Option Volatility & Pricing," by Sheldon Natenberg. Nat's Volt Std(log(c/ref(c,-1)),10)*sqr(365/7) (Go Top) NR4 Formula from Trading Tactics page 100 Column A Std(Log(C/Ref(C,-1)),5)/Std(Log(C/Ref(C,-1)),99) Column B HIGH-LOWRef(LOW,-1)) Column D HIGH Column E LOW Filter colA<.5 AND (colB= 1 OR colC= 1) (Go Top)

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