The volatility of a stock is the fluctuation of price in any given timeframe. The most volatile stocks may demonstrate price fluctuations of up to several hundred percent during the day. In the developed markets volatility tends to be much lower and doesn’t exceed 20-30% during the quiet periods. Price fluctuations aren’t always obvious when looking at stocks that are priced below $1. You can see price changes in percentages to spot such fluctuations.
|IIG Italia Independent||5.07||17.36%||0.75||Buy||40.600K||23.369M||—||-1.72||145.00||Consumer Cyclicals|
|NTW Netweek||0.26||2.95%||0.01||Buy||693.478K||27.126M||—||-0.19||240.00||Consumer Cyclicals|
|ASR A.s. Roma||0.68||-3.60%||-0.03||Buy||13.501M||281.479M||—||-0.11||337.00||Consumer Cyclicals|