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Latest Insights on VIX

The CBOE Volatility Index is a simple measure of S&P 500 option buying. When it's high, it signals that investors are hedging their portfolios for a crash. Nervous Investors Move the Markets
by Chad Shoop February 24, 2017 Trading Strategies
The CBOE Volatility Index is a simple measure of S&P 500 option buying. When it's high, it signals that investors are hedging their portfolios for a crash.
One Indicator to Beat the Crash - VIX The Best, Most Conservative Measure for Volatility: VIX Fear Index
by Chad Shoop September 23, 2016 Trading Strategies
Many investors are looking for ways to avoid the dangers of a market crash similar to 2008. The best, and most conservative, way is to follow the VIX — aka the fear index.
Protect Your Portfolio With a Broad-Market Put Option
by Chad Shoop April 8, 2016 Trading Strategies
Investors believe the economy is strong and that earnings are rebounding. This assumption couldn’t be further from the truth. Protect yourself from what could be the worst quarter since the Great Recession.
Image for interest-rate hike trouble It’s All Thanks to the Fed
by Chad Shoop January 22, 2016 Trading Strategies
Stock markets around the world (and investors by default) are in an uproar ... and it's all thanks to the Fed...

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