|Daily Range||15.81 - 16.67|
|52-Week Range||11.05 - 23.23|
By many measurements, it was a lousy year for lawmakers. But 2014 might not be much better.
The volatility market has moved in accordance with the cumulative and time-adjusted fear and regret of investors.
Adding volatility futures can reduce the overall volatility in your portfolio.
Uninterrupted winning streaks aren't the sign of a healthy market.
Experts have predicted an imminent stock-market correction for a long time, yet by one key measure investors remain incredibly unworried about a potential pullback.
This setup has offered multiple profit opportunities in the past, and the volatility index looks to be in a similar situation again.
The Dow at new highs has cut volatility ETFs to shreds, but it means buying puts to protect your portfolio is cheaper than ever.
In short, no. Here's what investors need to know.
To the extent that QE and lower real interest rates are responsible for the rally in risk multiples, this has major implications.
It's safe to say there's a lot of misguided money chasing volatility.