Trading Up-Close: Average True Range

October 2, 2019
On this episode of Trading Up-Close, Lee Bohl explains what Average True Range is and how it can be a useful tool for setting exit levels as a part of your risk-management strategy.
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ATR, or Average True Range, is a technical indicator that can tell you how volatile a stock has been, on average, over a specified period. On this episode of Trading Up-Close, Lee Bohl explains ATR and how it can be a useful tool for setting exit levels as a part of your risk-management strategy.

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