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The S&P 500 is both a highly liquid market and a highly volatile one. Its movements can cause thousands of dollars to be made or lost in minutes. On the other hand, some quiet commodities and stocks may move so little during the course of a typical day that not even an accomplished day trader using the leverage inherent in options or futures would be able to make enough profit to cover transaction costs. Volatility is essential to the day trader. Prices must gyrate sufficiently within the day to allow profitable trades to be made.
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