One trade that is simple to enter and can result in some good sized profits is the VIX Index Strategy. It is based on the VIX Index which was first introduced in 1993 by the CBOE (Chicago Board Options Exchange). The VIX Index measures the stock market implied volatility 30 days in advance and can be an incredibly useful tool in understanding stock market movements as well as the outlook. It can also provide excellent profits if market volatility bounces up and down over the course of several months. It is one of the principal methods I use when selling options for income.
VIX Index – Update for March 31 2016
This is the latest update to the ongoing VIX Index trade I am presently in. This article, for members, discusses my outlook, strategy I will be using and the potential for higher volatility in coming months.
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