IV Rank vs. IV Percentile: Which is Better? | Measuring Implied Volatility

IV rank and IV percentile can both be used to gauge a stock’s current level of implied volatility relative to its historical levels of implied volatility.

Gauging a stock’s implied volatility is not straightforward, especially when comparing the implied volatility of two stocks. For example, one stock’s 30% implied volatility could be high, while another stock’s 70% implied volatility could be low. How can we tell the difference?

The answer is to use IV rank or IV percentile.

In this video, you’ll learn:

1. What IV rank and IV percentile represent.

2. How to calculate IV rank and IV percentile.

3. Why IV percentile serves as a better volatility reversion indicator.

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