VIX

VIX
It stands for the Volatility Index, generally dubbed as “fear index” as it measures the expectations for the asset cost fluctuations for the coming 30 days. More importantly, VIX maintains a track of implied instabilityof maturing several alternatives. An increasing VIX suggests that the asset costs are expected to shift to be volatile or undergo large fluctuations that reflectgreat uncertainty in a market. On the contrary, a decreasing VIX index shows the opposite thing.