For God's sakes wrote:
Love these replies wrote:
[quote]That must be it wrote:
"The relationship between a spiking VIX and an equity bottom is basic investing knowledge - not controversial."
Then why can't you explain how it works?
because I'm assuming we are all adults here with access to the interwebz. And can look up things.
Here, I'll help:
Just admit it. You cannot explain your claim.
I call troll on you
I don't usually respond to trolls
Unless they get me really mad
So have at it, if you want.
Here is what your cite actually says: "Fear, volatility, and the index move up when stock prices are falling and investors are fearful. The index, volatility, and fear decline when stock prices are rising."
You claimed that "The relationship between a spiking VIX and an equity bottom is basic investing knowledge - not controversial." Apparently asserting that as volatility "spikes", 32 being your magic VIX number ("getting close - VIX 29
Average VIX max on these freakouts is 32."), we approach the bottom and can expect a quick turn around.
Your cite says no such thing.
For some reason you interpret someone pointing out that your claims are nonsensical or dishonest and including evidence of this is "trolling". Well, what can you do. Nothing left for you really -- other than to admit you are wrong and that ain't gonna happen.