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Is Historically Low Volatility About To Surge?

Authored by Dmitri Speck via, Suspicion Asleep You have probably noticed it already: stock market volatility has recently all but disappeared. This raises an important question for every investor: Has the market established a permanent plateau of low volatility, or is the current period of low volatility just the calm before the storm? All quiet on the VIX front… what can possibly happen? [PT] – click to enlarge.
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