*A collection of custom trading and finance related charts and analysis*
Notes: For a second week in a row, average daily volatility of almost all FX major currencies has decreased. The only major currency to see an increase since last week was the Swiss franc (CHF) but it was a small increase. This is reflected in the rolling monthly volatility chart which remains low but still higher than than the pre-covid levels.
VIX Indicator For Multiple Instruments.
A custom volatility indicator built on the principles of Larry Williams VIXFIX theory and applied to the daily timeframe of the following financial instruments. For each financial instrument I have displayed a 12 month and 3 year chart and applied my volatility indicator to each.
S&P500 Index, Ticker: ^GSPC
Crude Oil Futures, Ticker: CL=F
GBPUSD Currency Pair, Ticker: GBPUSD=X
EURUSD Currency Pair, Ticker: EURUSD=X
EURGBP Currency Pair, Ticker: EURGBP=X
FX Correlation Data.
A table of data showing the correlation coefficient between major currency pairs based on the daily log returns through the previous 36 months of price data. The least correlated pairs have been highlighted in each column for ease of use. An excel file containing this table can be downloaded using the button below the table.
*All price data used in the creation of these custom indicators and charts was downloaded from https://finance.yahoo.com
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