ProShares Trust Ultra VIX Short Term Futures ETF Interactive Stock Chart

The VIX, the market’s most popular measure of expected volatility, has more than doubled in one week. The VIX index values represent the expected annualized change in the S&P over the next.

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This chart shows our proprietary Volatility Index Indicator, along with the VIX and the S&P VIX (Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index) is a measure of expected volatility in the S&P , as measured by options trading (both puts and calls) in the S&P index.

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The Save button stores the currently selected pairs as the default series option which can be used to restore this custom selection. Commodities All Instruments None. User Default Save current view as User Default. Show High-Low in pips. The worst of the worst was of course the Great Financial Crisis. Average VIX levels in the recession were You have successfully emailed the post. Goldman Sachs says this chart looks like this only when there's about to be a recession.

China's massive economic advantage over the world is about to disappear. China has been upgrading its military and is now stronger than ever. Goldman Sachs says this chart looks like this only when there's about to be a recession Goldman Sachs says this chart looks like this only when there's about to be a recession Goldman Sachs says the VIX — an index of Initial jobless claims came in this morning better than expected and JM Smucker SJM posted solid results and guidance, but that, along with a LinkedIn LNKD upgrade has done little to stem the tide of selling this morning.

I wouldn't be surprised to see more selling throughout the session. Normally the opposite occurs with complacency setting in as prices rise. But look at the last two days. We're very close to resistance on a number of key indices so profit taking from current price levels would make sense and the VIX appears to be providing us a warning sign near-term. The heavy construction chart was under repair for many months, but recently the group surged, breaking its downtrend and establishing itself as a group to own.

That strength continued yesterday and there are many positive technical attributes to consider. The downtrend has broken and prices are now stair-stepping higher. It's quite bullish to see the rising 20 week EMA providing support during bouts of selling. Look for that to continue as the weekly MACD is strengthening above its centerline.