What is the VIX and what does it mean?

From Dan Ferris, Editor, Extreme Value:

A lot of people think they know about the Volatility Index (VIX), the so-called “fear index”… But I bet you’d be surprised to find out how it’s calculated and what it’s really designed to represent.  This video clears some of that up.

Crux note: February’s market correction caused no shortage of panic among investors… driving a marked uptick in web searches for “volatility.” 

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According to him, he would bet every penny he owns that this recommendation will become his top recommendation in 20 years. He believes it will easily return 20 times your money over the long term, with virtually zero risk to your capital. 

It’s the kind of opportunity that comes along once or twice in an investing lifetime… if you’re luckyClick here to see for yourself.

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