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Volatility is a statistical measure of the dispersion of returns for a given security or market index. Volatility can either be measured by using the standard deviation or variance between returns from that same security or market index. Commonly, the higher the volatility, the riskier the security.
Source: Investopedia.com

In early 2017, Volatility Club™ had its first Meetup at a local Starbucks with just 2 attendees.

Fast forward to today (1.15.2018; 50+ meetups and 100+ hours together), we are now a growing group of sophisticated investors that meetup every Sunday to discuss the ongoing action in both the public and private markets. The club normally discusses investment techniques that are used by institutions rather than retail/average-Joe investors. Topics in the past have included everything from trading stocks, investing, financial markets, theories, financial instruments, speculation, investment strategies, venture capital, local businesses, real estate, economics, macro economics (secular trends), opportunistic strategies, thinking frameworks, derivatives of derivatives, mergers and acquisitions, advanced financing, quantamental analysis, multi-angle analysis, business models, SaaS investing, Silicon Valley developments, transaction dynamics, digital disruption, enterprise sales, deal sourcing, deal making, and more (Yes, we geek out real hard).

Moving forward, Volatility Club™ will continue to meet both physically and digitally to support the development and interest of people who genuinely want to become professionals in the world of finance, economics, and business.

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