VIX Sell, Here We Go! ($VIX)

Model Notes: VIX triggers a sell, first entry signal for the feature market for November. The volatility index has been stagnant for 3-weeks. Now non-linear analysis calls for lower values ahead.  And gold? The last trade was very profitable. Now the yellow metal models are searching for a new opportunity.

Featured market rotation: VIX for November (looking for a starting signal now). Brazilian real for December. S&P for January. Gold is currently non-rotational.

Model Portfolio Signals: (Gold) Flat Signal= 11/03 (TSP=105.97), (VIX) Sell=11/06 (TSP=waiting for the next closing trade)

Note: TSP is calculated by using the closing price of the trading day after the signal day.

Nonlinear Trading Themes:

  • CTM151107gGold: The 10/20 – 11/03 signal was a very good trade. The yellow metal continues to push lower despite being technically oversold. The model gold portfolio signal is still flat.
  • CTM151107vVIX (Nov. Featured Market): We got an entry signal (sell) based on Friday’s data. The market has been in trading range for three weeks. Indications are for lower prices. This should be a plus for the current S&P rally. The model VIX portfolio is now short..

Note: Technical analysis comments are based on interpretations of non-linear trading models, combined with chart price action.

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