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Market volatility

Volatility in the financial context is defined as the rate at which a security, such as a stock or an index, fluctuates over a given period. If a security is very volatile, it is generally riskier than the less volatile securities, as higher ups and downs in the security's price can cause enormous gains or losses.

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