This indicator measures the rolling 30-day volatility of crypto and traditional assets over time. The volatility of each is annualized relative to the number of days these assets are traded (i.e. 365 days for crypto and 252 days for traditional assets).

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Volatility of crypto and tech stocks
The volatility indicator is useful to monitor which assets’ prices vary the most. As may be expected, crypto generally has higher volatility than traditional assets. However, the example above, shows that Tesla’s stock has been roughly as volatile at times as Bitcoin and Ethereum.