Early Warning Signal

Investors have become increasingly focused on volatility in recent years. When stock prices rise, volatility typically holds steady or drifts lower. And when stock prices fall, volatility typically spikes higher. The shifts between stock prices and volatility almost always happen simultaneously. But another indicator can be useful in helping to predict these shifts in stock prices and volatility weeks to months in advance.

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