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14.32 +0.04    +0.28%
23:23:11 GMT - Real-time CFD Data. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index Future
Underlying: S&P 500 VIX

  • Prev. Close: 14.28
  • Open: 14.32
  • Day's Range: 14.28 - 14.32
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S&P 500 VIX 14.32 +0.04 +0.28%

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CBOE S&P 500 VIX Futures Contracts
Delayed Futures - 21:02 - Tuesday, July 12th
 MonthLastChg.OpenHighLowVolumeTimeChart
Cash 12.78+0.3012.5813.2812.17015:14Q / C / O
Feb 17 14.300+0.05014.25014.32014.2508393217:11Q / C / O
Mar 17 15.600+0.05015.58015.60015.5504681917:01Q / C / O
Apr 17 16.720-0.01016.74016.75016.7001479917:04Q / C / O
May 17 17.380+0.03017.40017.41017.350680717:04Q / C / O
Jun 17 17.970+0.04017.95018.00017.950482417:00Q / C / O
Jul 17 18.640-0.01018.65018.68018.640351117:04Q / C / O
Aug 17 18.850-0.05018.85018.85018.850185415:59Q / C / O
Sep 17 19.470-0.08019.50019.73019.45033115:14Q / C / O

   
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Trading Oil
Trading Oil Jan 17, 2017 2:02PM GMT
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why does this not moving?
Michael Koch
Michael Koch Jan 17, 2017 2:26PM GMT
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The app is just not updated. We rolled to feb prompt. Dec/Jan still showing to me here on app.
Tim Kennedy
Tim Kennedy Jan 18, 2017 12:38AM GMT
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Yeah. We are already on Feb futures. We have about 20% contango
Phillip Woolf
Phillip Woolf Jan 18, 2017 1:04PM GMT
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@Tim Kennedy -does that seem a bit excessive to you? The contango I mean?
Gold Fever
Gold Fever Jan 17, 2017 2:02AM GMT
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Get ready, Sir Donald 'Volatility' Trump is coming to town!
Pks Hbs
Pks Hbs Jan 17, 2017 12:10AM GMT
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These post are hilarious, you charlatans should learn basic arithmetic before going long VIX in any capacity... betting (long) on tail risk is a ridicouls strategy, learn the math it'll help your bleeding portfolios... unless of course you have the ability to suspend the laws of arithmetic. Good luck.
Phillip Woolf
Phillip Woolf Jan 17, 2017 3:45PM GMT
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Thanks for the super constructive criticism. I love the use of large words to make everyone else feel inferior. I'm pretty sure everyone here knows basic arithmetic- what we may not be privy to is understanding all time lows in the VIX while everything in the entire economic world is up in the air. If you could shed some light on that, my friend, that might be helpful.
Pks Hbs
Pks Hbs Jan 18, 2017 2:51AM GMT
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Unfortunately that's not the dynamic when speculating on a futures product... instead I'd suggest selling premiums when at extreme lows/highs, a much more lucrative trade over the long term... if you're "really feeling lucky" when at extreme highs buy out of the money puts, if you were to simply observe the mode of vix price over $18 you'd see it doesn't perpetuate at high levels since 08 (again one reason for causation is seen in above mentioned chart)... going long tail risk in a deteriorating asset, bad.... good luck.
Pks Hbs
Pks Hbs Jan 18, 2017 3:23AM GMT
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Unfortunately, can't play rolling contracts no matter how they are packaged like a passive buy/hold. Betting tail events = stupidity unless arbitrage can be picked up (can't in this case). Instead sell the premiums at extreme lows/highs more lucrative trade in the long run. If you're "feeling lucky" buy out of the money puts expiration about 2 months (pending on circumstance) when vix is above $18. Check the mode of vix when at/above $18 since 08 and you'll see why, causation in part can be explained by aforementioned chart. Good luck.
Pks Hbs
Pks Hbs Jan 18, 2017 3:45AM GMT
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Big words? Apologies... simply the following:. . Global CB put still on which means fed put still on due to relative carry trade.. . Low rates = low vol. . While structural issues persist, no doubt, capital flows still dominate day to day trade... what you're essentially betting on, (calling for) is an abrupt end to this debt cycle (not business cycle). Capital markets (real assets, equities, bonds, commodities) all use discount rates for valuation, propping said asset prices. . . While I agree with your general thesis global economies don't look ripe for direct, capital intensive investment (construction, etc.) I wouldn't be betting on the sky to fall from the heavens like you're suggesting. An old chart I suggest you take a look at is S&P overlay change in CB balance sheets, quite telling.. . Going long vix is a fools bet, sure you can win big, but anyway you decide to play it your investing in a deteriating asset. It'd be one thing if one could buy vix like one could buy appl,.
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Pks Hbs Jan 18, 2017 3:52AM GMT
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Unfortunately that isn't possible here, duh rolling contracts... therefore long tail risk = stupidity unless arbitrage can be picked up (can't in this case, check the math), there is one alternative actually crystal ball... instead I'd suggest selling premiums at extreme highs/lows much more lucrative trade, if you're "feeling lucky" buy out of the money puts expiration around 2 months once vix at/above $18. Check the mode of vix at $18 & above $18 since 08 (causation in part explained by aforementioned chart) to see why, again unless we have a hit an inflection point that will work much better for you. Good luck.
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