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AssetMacro automatically calculates and presents Chile Bonds 10-year Yield trading signals. These Signals are used by professional traders and investors. Calculations are performed for timeframes of 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months and 1 Year. These are the most commonly used timeframes used by traders and investors.
Price and Returns displays Chile Bonds 10-year Yield Price for various timeframes presented. For example, column 1 week presents Chile Bonds 10-year Yield Price 5 trading days earlier than today. Return is displayed in % terms and is the return of the current Price vs the Price of Chile Bonds 10-year Yield 5 trading days earlier. For example, column 1 week presents Chile Bonds 10-year Yield Return calculated as ((Current Price - Previous Price)/Previous Price) x 100.
Moving Averages section presents Moving Averages of Chile Bonds 10-year Yield for various timeframes. Moving averages smooth the price data to form a trend following indicator used by traders and investors.
AssetMacro presents the current value of the Simple Moving Average for the timeframe under examination (for example 1 week, 1 month etc). The 1 week (or 5-day) simple moving average is the five-day sum of closing prices divided by five. Moreover, this section shows with a green or red arrow whether the moving average is upward or downward sloping. Investors use Moving Averages to determine trading signals to buy or sell an asset by either the cross of the security's price versus the moving average and/or the change of slope of the moving average.
Quantitative Systems section presents Signals generated by Quantitative Systems used: Breakout Systems and Percentile Systems. The Breakout System calculates the highest and lowest values of the security for the timeframe under examination, and if the security price crosses timeframes high generates a buy signal until the security's price crosses down the timeframe's low where the signal is reversed to a sell signal. The Breakout System is displayed with a green and red arrow if the signal for the security and the specific timeframe is buy or sell. The percentile system displays what is the percentile current price of the security versus the security's price range for the timeframe under examination. A standard quantitative System can be generated using the percentile system like for example generate buy signal when current percentile is above 75% and sell signal when current percentile is below 25%.
Volatility section presents the volatility of the security for the various timeframes calculated. Volatility is a very important tool for traders and investors, helping them determine the following: the position size of a trade, whether a specific asset is becoming more or less risky to hold and based on current volatility, together with correlation it helps in structuring a diversified portfolio. Volatility is calculated as annualized volatility for different timeframes. 5-Day Annualized Volatility is calculated as the standard deviation of 5-day daily returns multiplied by the square root of 252 days.
AssetMacro presents Chile Bonds 10-year Yield Charts for the most common timeframes watched by traders and investors.
Price Charts present security's price and moving averages for 6 months, 1 Year and 5 Years. Traders can watch the security's trends and behavior in a glance. Any user can download historical data for this indicator for free by clicking the Download Data orange button and signing up.
Returns section presents the security's return compared to returns of the most important assets in the trading space: S&P 500 representing US Stock Market, TLT ETF representing the US Bond Market, US Dollar, Crude Oil, CRB Industrials representing Commodities and Gold. A trader must monitor a security's returns, volatility and correlation versus the most fundamental assets determining Global Markets which are Stocks, Bonds, Commodities, US Dollar and Gold. This section presents the performance of the security versus the Global Assets for 1 week, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months and 1 year.