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Understanding Implied Volatility and the VIX: What It Really Means for the Stock Market
Released on Tuesday, January 11, 2022•STOCKS
While 2022 looks promising from a fundamental level, expert Erin Gibbs doesn't see volatility going away just yet. Investors can still jump at inflation records, Federal Reserve actions and further Covid variants. Investors can use the VIX to help understand what to expect from markets on a daily basis. In summary, if volatility spikes it tends to be very short lived, with big up days following those nasty down days.
Erin Gibbs is the chief investment officer for Main Street Asset Management LLC. The firm provides private wealth management, investment advisory, and management consulting services to organizations and high-net-worth clients. Previously Ms. Gibbs was the equity chief investment officer of Standard & Poor's Investment Advisory Services (SPIAS) for S&P Investment Advisory Services where she was the portfolio manager on over $15 Billion of long-only equity products and oversaw all equity active portfolio strategies.
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