Volatility Distribution


This indicator calculates the volatility, measured as the standard deviation of price changes, of USDe across different time periods. Volatility is a statistical measure that represents the degree of variation of a set of values, in this case, the price of USDe. By examining the distribution of these volatilities over weekly, monthly, or yearly, investors and analysts can gauge the risk and stability of USDe over time.

How can I use it?

Volatility is a key measure of risk. Understanding the volatility of USDe helps investors assess how risky this asset is compared to others. Higher volatility means higher risk. Traders and investors can use this information to tailor their investment strategies according to their risk tolerance.

The image above displays the volatility ranges alongside the price ranges of USDe on the x-axis. This information assists investors in determining the price levels at which USDe has experienced higher and lower volatility in the past. Additionally, it presents this data across various time periods, including 7 days, 30 days, 1 year, and cumulatively.

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