Typical of most volatility measures, Chaikin's Volatility measures the separation between the high and low price of a stock. Specifically, Chaikin's Volatility uses the difference between current day average of the high and low and the average of the high and low, divided by the average high and low separation. Interpretations of this indicator involve watching for high volatility to indicate market peaks with low volatility possibly indicating a market bottom.
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