Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Top Posts of 2010 (Midyear Edition)

This is the fourth year I have been reporting on the most popular posts at VIX and More. As of June 30th, the 2010 posts which have been read by the largest number of unique readers are as follows:

  1. Chart of the Week: CBOE Equity Put to Call Ratio Nears All-Time Low
  2. Largest Pullback Since March 2009 Rally Began
  3. Short-Term and Long-Term Implications of the 30% VIX Spike
  4. Chart of the Week: Total Put to Call Ratio
  5. Rule of 16 and VIX of 40
  6. VIX Approaches Pre-2008 Record Highs
  7. SPX Pullback Now Second Largest Since March 2009
  8. Bears Emboldened By Low CBOE Equity Put to Call Ratio
  9. Chart of the Week: VXX vs. VIX
  10. Charting the Selloff with an Andrews Pitchfork
  11. Technical Resistance Looms in the S&P 500 Index
  12. Chart of the Week: The Flight-to-Safety Trade
  13. Chart of the Week: Ten-Year Treasury Note Yield
  14. SPX Historical Volatility at Two Year Low
  15. Mamis Overbought-Oversold Indicator
  16. Chart of the Week: VXX Celebrates One Year of Futility
  17. VIX Implied Volatility Exceeds 2008 Crisis Levels
  18. Are You Watching Greece?
  19. Some Favorite ETF Sites
  20. Correlation of VIX and “VIX Index” Searches on Google
  21. Great Metaphor for the Financial Markets
  22. VIX Price Channel Chart
  23. Chart of the Week: SPX, Fibs and 200 Day MA
  24. The Elusive Trading Range
  25. The Art of Being Wrong

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