ATR: High volatility as success factor for trading.
Deinwallner U. R. (2020). Average Ture Range: High volatility as a success factor for trading. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 11(1), 36805-36812. doi:10.24327/ijrsr.2020.1101.4999
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Dr. Ulrich R. Deinwallner has published so far several articles regarding relevant research to management and finance issues, such as investment strategies for U.S. stock markets. Also see www.deinwallner.com/index.php/publication
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