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Cheese
868 posts
msg #151121
Ignore Cheese
3/7/2020 8:14:31 PM

snappyfrog 3/7/2020 10:05:39 AM
Market chameleon might be a good place also.
https://marketchameleon.com/volReports/VolatilityRankings
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Snappy,

Great site. Thanks for the tip.

I only long stocks (no shorts, no options), what would be some ways I can make use of the info?
For example, at the time of writing, VXX and UVXY have very high rankings, does that usually
suggest that they may head down?


snappyfrog
275 posts
msg #151123
Ignore snappyfrog
3/8/2020 7:21:05 AM

The IV and IV rank would really only help for buying and selling of options.

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