'Exceptional Stability' - Stock Market Volatilty Plunges To 21-Year Low

Tyler Durden's picture

How much longer can this hope-filled balloon be held under water?

'Exceptional Stability'

As Bloomberg notes, swings in U.S. stocks have become unusually narrow as a rally, driven by Donald Trump’s election as president, has persisted. The S&P 500 Index’s volatility over 65 trading days, or about three months, ended last week at the lowest since November 1995. The 65-day time frame was cited in a report Tuesday by David Rosenberg, chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff & Associates Inc.


And still no losing days in February for tech stocks...


But the US equity market and VIX (volatility expectations) have now been decoupled for 8 trading days...

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VD's picture

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VD's picture

you must be part of the ShepWave team limited man. see, using elliot wave pt makes you an easy 7k/mo.

khakuda's picture

It is the Fed put alive and well.

Bubba Rum Das's picture

"It is the Fed put alive and well."


Has the Rothschild Central Bank of Switzerland given up already?

We must thank them for the 84 Billion they tossed in the pot last year!

Without it, it would have beed Certain Doom for Hitlery, er, ah, nevermind...

tgatliff's picture

As long as global central banks keeps buying equities in massive amounts, they will continue to rise.

Dr. Engali's picture

The "market" will go where ever the fed wants it to go. Push the button Max...., add another digit.

SomethingSomethingDarkSide's picture

Going to buy some throw away VIX Calls, just for funsies.  Go contrarian investing - make a stand for once!

Quivering Lip's picture

Remember after QE3 the BOJ and ECB replaced the FED almost immediately. No worry though the Japanese owe most of their debt to themselves, LOL. Which is just another term for bag holder. Luckily here in the US we only owe "ourselves" 25%, and our debt to GDP is only 110%.


Bubba Rum Das's picture

"our debt to GDP is only 110%."

Oh, my, I was worried there for a minute; what a relief that our debt to GDP ratio is only 110%!
Definately a stable signal for an oversold market economy!

small axe's picture

go Tesla, 60 to 0 mph in 2.4 seconds

androkles's picture

To me it is 1927-1929, but I'm not sure where we are exactly. Keep an eye on the horizon and enjoy while you can.


Fundies's picture

Pfizer need to get onto this and quick.  Hardons that last for months on end.........yipeee.