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

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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