This study examines the asymmetric relationship between India volatility index (India VIX) and stock market returns, …
Springer Science+Business Media
The CBOE Volatility Index, better known as the VIX and the most widely followed barometer of expected near-term stock market volatility, closed at 9.77, its lowest close since December 1993. The VIX has dipped so low because stocks …
Wall Street
As Chien notes, the big question really is whether the growth of VIX ETPs has affected the Vix market in a similar way to the single stock market. He notes there is increasing evidence that single stock volatility, for example, is being driven …
The index represents the market's predicted movement for the upcoming 30 days ... While a sudden spike in the VIX most often correlates with a plunge in the stock market, a VIX increase could signal a recovery that's taking place in …
While trading on below-average volume, ProShares Trust Ultra VIX Short Term Futures ETF (UVXY) slid today, hitting …
Bear
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The Wall Street Journal
Even though the VIX index was intended to be a measure of future volatility of the stock market, researchers argue that in reality VIX measures the investor sentiment. Anecdotal evidence suggests that peaks in VIX coincide with stock
Picos
The Chicago Board of Options Exchange’s (CBOE) volatility index, known as the VIX, is a popular gauge of stock market fear, but it has also become a venue for mass speculation. The VIX is the only futures contract listed on what is …
Most news about the VIX in recent months has been related to the historically low levels observed since the US Presidential election last November. As noted previously on the tastytrade blog, the VIX dropped below 10 for the first …
Do Volatility Futures Provide Useful Information for Future S&P500 Performance? Volatility or VIX Futures are based on the S&P500 index and are calculated from the implied volatility of different option strike prices across different …
Volatility