Currency markets are prone to a range of factors which affect volatility and many traders look to adjust their strategies to gain on most volatile currency pairs. Volatility is typically measured using the standard exchange of currency and gives traders an expectation of how much a currency can detour from its current price over a certain period. The higher the volatility of the currency, the higher the risk will be.
Low volatility trading can be one of the biggest turn downs to a traders day. Not much is worse, other than a huge loss, than sitting down to trade, signing into the platform, and having nothing to trade off of. No market movements, no trends, and just general low volatility. Thankfully, Apiary Fund reviews many different market conditions to trade in and set up trades, so if you are into shorter term trading, one of the primary trading types that gets thrown askew by low volatility, there’s a few ways to still make some profits for the day.