10 Year VIX versus SPX

Tuesday, June 24, 2008 | 08:00 AM

Yesterday, we showed a one year chart of the VIX versus SPX.

It was apparent to someone watching both of these squiggly lines that a big scary spike in the VIX is a very good entry for traders on the long side fort he most part.

Here is the same chart comparison, only this time, we go back a full decade instead of 12 months. 
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VIX versus SPX, 10 Years

Vix_spx_long_term

chart via Fusion IQ, Bloomberg

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This is one of those technical analysis pieces which many people either ignore or do not understand . . .

My response to Felix will be posted at 10:00 am  . . .

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There are two things we can learn from this, besides the obvious one that Cramer has the memory of a goldfish and no one should ever listen to him.

George Carlin, is that you ???

Posted by: Douglas Watts | Jun 24, 2008 8:30:37 AM

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