The “Most Obvious Reason” To Short Vol. Is Revealed…

The “Most Obvious Reason” To Short Vol. Is Revealed…

Over the weekend, we brought you the latest from Deutsche Bank's Aleksandar Kocic who on Friday offered his take on what it really means to be a vol. seller. He also described how it is that a low vol. regime develops and persists. "Volatility declines either when the markets are predictable or when there is no consensus," he says. Currently, there's no consensus. "So, what does one do when no decision can be made?" Kocic asks. His answer: "Well, one waits." And if, while one is waiting, cen
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One thought on “The “Most Obvious Reason” To Short Vol. Is Revealed…

  1. Sorry for my question, do the Hedge funds shorting the VIX its mean that they anticipate lower public fear (Means s&p raises)?
    And that position is risky for the hedge funds?
    Under line, do you recommand to reduce share exposure?

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