Put More Money into Safe Stocks and Less Money into Risky Stocks
The Volatility Quotient, or VQ%, tells you how volatile a stock is – in other words, how much room you can give a stock in order to not get stopped out too early.
It tells you how much uncertainty or noise there is in your stocks. More conservative stocks like J&J have lower VQs (as of 06/14/2019, 11.53%). More speculative / less certain stocks like Tesla have higher VQs (as of 06/14/2019, 33.98%). The lower the VQ, the more stable the movement of that stock. Higher VQ percentages indicate the stock is more volatile in its market moves over time.