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I felt there was an underlying cause to my trades and you have helped me tremendously. I suspected as such on my own but you confirmed it. Hi Nial that a great article. I love the way you teach. It is what makes you unique from other mentors. Love your basic approach to trading. Keep up the great teaching! Thank you for sharing Nial Hi Nial One of the best posts. This comparison really hits home when I look back at my trades.
Te deseo muchas bendiciones y que DIOS, te colme de éxitos. Thnks for all Nial Michele. I really like this article, Nial. This is the nature of a zero-sum market… money literally changes hands. A great question that you ask: Similar to the way Jankovsky describes order flow in the market. Your email address will not be published. Any Advice or information on this website is General Advice Only - It does not take into account your personal circumstances, please do not trade or invest based solely on this information.
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However, higher frequency analysis can be applied as well. That is to say, VIX or IV levels on stocks can also be tracked for shorter time frames, and even intraday. Regardless, these levels can be used to identify short-term oversold and overbought conditions, and in each of these cases, reversions to a short-term mean of IV often occur.
Thus, applying a contrarian approach provides investors the potential to yield above-average returns. The VIX index is popular as a gauge of investor moods, and it can swing wildly with high frequency. Figure 1 indicates VIX implied volatility between and There are extreme spikes above 40 during the lowest periods of the bear market in As investors become more fearful, VIX rises dramatically. Investor fear is linked with bearish markets and a rise in VIX.
As fear recedes, VIX falls as well. Still, long-term low levels of the VIX have been associated with bull markets, and VIX levels which are extremely low may signal a major market advance. This is represented in Figure 2. In and , VIX remained below 20 as the market developed significant bullish tendencies. During major market meltdowns , , , , VIX increased sharply. This indicated that a market bottom was approaching. During the market crash, for example, the VIX increased to levels above It even hit an intraday high of VIX is best viewed with moving averages, because it has a long-term trend cycle.
Figure 3 presents VIX with moving averages spanning from to day levels. This allows us to better spot short-term extreme levels, suggesting that markets are overbought or oversold. As we can see in Figure 3, spikes of VIX are smoothed with a day moving average. As the day moving averages climbs higher than the day moving averages, market conditions become bearish.