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Sunday, 11 March 2018

vix chart update - vix chart

vix chart update - vix chart

vix chart update - vix chart

what the vix chart update - vix chart? What this all about..... See below. 


Sentiment Trader told   ==> our VIP MEMBERS here <==  The S&P 500 Index could end the year higher, but it's going to take the winding road to get there, that would be the best way to explain in. Lets today look at the VIX chart. 

Volatility returned to the market in recent weeks after abnormally low levels through last year. This should continue in the coming months.

"The volatility that we saw was elevated, We don't think we're going to stay at that high a level, but there is a bid to volatility at this point in time, so we need to get use to that in 2018. 

The Volatility index (VIX) surged more than 100 percent on Feb. 5, its biggest one-day move ever, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average made a 1,175 point drop, its biggest point drop. And since the beginning of February, the Dow has moved within a nearly 3,000-point range and the S&P 500 a 300-point range.

Since then, the Dow has fallen 3.5 percent and the S&P 500 1.7 percent. Harvey sees more volatile moves ahead.

"Now the question is, where is that natural level? Is it at 12 on the VIX? Is it at 14?"  SENTIMENT TRADER think it's at mid-teens… As we look forward we think we'll see a lot more spikes this year than we did last year."

When you look at the vix chart we have gone from nothing to a bit spike over 30 so volatility is back in a big way so the market will see big ups and downs this year, last time this happened.  

Watch the VIX chart in 2018 -- See the chart below.... 

Our Members here => VIP members here    were told Those kinds of levels are par for the course in a normal year. But the return to normality has been a shock to the system for investors accustomed to 2017 levels when volatility was low and the waters were calm.

The VIX hit an all-time low in November, and dropped more than 21 percent in 2017. The S&P 500 moved by at least 1 percent just 8 trading days for the full year.

With volatility returning, there are a few key levels to watch.

one level to watch is  2,700 is an important level, We've held that level pretty well, and the benchmark to close the year above those records, he added.

As volatility returns to the market, we will watch one sector Utilities.

They've under-performed by about 20 percent over the last five or six months, With the higher level of volatility bid, we think there's going to be a bid for risk-aversion longer term so that's an nice theme for us going forward.

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