Average True Range Indicator (ATR) | Adjusting Position Size by Volatility







Position sizing is an important component of trading. When considering what size of position to take, you should be aware of how much each market tends to fluctuate. This video explains how you can attempt to normalise your notional risk by adjusting for volatility rates of different markets. It also looks at how to use the Average True Range indicator (ATR) with Trading 212’s web app.

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