Markets – Macro – Technicals

$RUT versus $RVX

Recently I showed the larger potential broadening top pattern in the Russell. As of now the $RUT has not gone anywhere in 5 months, since early December of 2016 as a matter of fact.

Yet, while it’s basically flat on the year, its own volatility measure, the $RVX also continues to scrap at record lows, especially if used as a ratio versus the actual index.

Both patterns are impressively clean and leave the door wide open for a major coming shift in the volatility regime:

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2 Responses »

  1. Thanks for the chart analysis! Is this linear or logarithmic, cause my chart of the RUT doesn’t match up to yours… do you prefer one over the other? Thx!

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