Implied Volatility (IV) – measure of market expectations about the range (rank) of the basic currency price, based on optional premiums. Generally, the implied volatility increases when the market is bearish and decreases when the market is bullish. This because of the overall understanding that bearish markets may hide a higher risk.
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