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Bitcoin to Ether: Welcome to the Vomitorium

Volatility is Not Risk.... is a true statement if you manage your bankroll properly. via Soren K. Group and Marketslant Volatility is mitigated by bankroll management (VaR). If a security is very volatile, then investors lessen the dollar amount invested as compared to other investments. If someone is speculating or trading, they either lower trading volume, widen stops, or do some combination of the 2 to mitigate Volatility.
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