CBOE Volatility Index (VIX)
$24.34 1.09 (4.69%)
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Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 23.08 - 25.80
52-Week Range 11.78 - 85.47
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Traders abandoned airline stocks in the year's opening session, but that set up an interesting opportunity in AAL stock. Wait for oversold conditions, then sell puts on American Airlines stock.
October can be a scary month if you’re a superstitious stock trader. Here’s why… On Oct. 29, 1929, the stock market crashed on Black Tuesday and....
Stocks will likely remain range-bound and continue their volatility as we head into October, but it's not all doom and gloom.
The VIX can give insight into investor sentiment, and right now, sentiment remains uneasy. Big gains aren't quite back on the table.
Demand for gold has been increasing this month because traders are worried about the damage that could be done to the U.S. economy if states and cities reinstate or intensify their lockdown orders.
The Nasdaq Composite is showing a positive return for 2020, even though the unemployment rate has hit its highest level since the Great Depression. These....
Looking at the VIX and the SKEW gives you a sense of what traders are doing with options. In this chaos, it's important to stay informed.
Investors don’t need to go into cash, but multiple signs to sell stocks and lock in profits are appearing on price charts today.
Keep an eye on the VIX and be ready to move when the markets begin to pull out of their dive in earnest. And until then, you can step in a bit at a time.
Looking at history, we know that a bear market won't last forever. Look for prices to move higher this spring and get ready to profit.
We took possession of Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) common stock in early March for $175 per share, and we want to use the stock to generate income while we wait for the market to find a bottom.
By Ian Cooper
Schools are shuttering. Sports teams are playing to empty stadiums. Cities are cancelling events and businesses are closing as markets plunge to historic lows. Fear....
The VIX is spiking higher and Wall Street is incredibly volatile. Until the market finds support, we will stay cautiously optimistic.
We'll likely see more selling pressure, but keep an eye on this chart of the VIX. It will tell us when the selling has ended.
The volatility may shake out weak hands from strong stocks. Use caution, but don't be afraid to invest in strong stocks.
Rather than chasing yesterday’s big rally traders are better off waiting to see if we get a shot at a second VIX signal in the days ahead.
It makes more sense to wait a few days before putting more money to work. The market looks set up for a sudden and swift decline right now.
Being a successful trader over the long run isn’t about maximizing profits. Instead, it is about minimizing risks.