Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Looks Like No EOD Buy Signal From VIX:VXV Ratio

At 3:45 p.m. ET the VIX:VXV ratio is at 1.051.

Now this ratio will continue to update until 4:15 p.m., but for those looking for a signal to get long during the regular trading session, it does not look like we will have one.

3 comments:

Bill Luby said...

VIX:VXV ratio closes at 1.058.

This is bullish, but not at or above the 1.08 level that serves as the standard buy signal.

Anonymous said...

Just primium wise for the OE, what you think we fall until thursday to have max pain on longs and then friday one day reversal to kill all the short and collect on that end too...

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