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What the VIX Tells Us About Erratic Markets
  • The VIX (S&P 500 Volatility Index) and the SPX (Standard & Poor’s 500 Index) have an inverse relationship.
  • The SPX saw a wild week of trading in late August, when stocks plunged 3.9 percent on the 24th and rose 3.9 percent two days later.
  • During the week of August 24, the VIX was at its highest, a level that had not been seen since the financial crisis

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Sources: Bloomberg, Milken Institute.

What the VIX Tells Us About Erratic Markets

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