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Zero Lessons Learned: Retail Investors Are Again Pouring Money Into Short VIX ETFs
Article By: Tyler Durden
Sunday, February 11, 2018 4:00 AM EST
Inflows into inverse VIX ETFs, i.e. selling volatility, have increased sharply over the last two weeks.
In this article: XIV(RETIRED), VIX Also: SVXY, XXVFF, ZIV
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Just In The Nick Of Time: Fidelity Bans Short Volatility Funds
Article By: Mish Shedlock
Friday, February 9, 2018 10:50 PM EST
Retail investors can no longer trade short volatility funds at Fidelity. Short volatility funds including ZIV are also barred. XIV closed its doors following massive investor losses.
In this article: VIX Also: XIV(RETIRED), ZIV
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The VIX Index And A Brief History Of Volatility Trading
Article By: Dr. Stuart Barton
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 9:34 AM EST
With so much interest in VIX linked exchange-traded products it is worth putting these products into context, and explain why their growth might have less to do with volatility trading and more to do with a unique facet of the VIX index.
In this article: XIV(RETIRED), SVXY, TVIX, ZIV, VXX, VIX, SPX
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Every Single VIX ETP (Long And Short) Lost Money In 2015
Article By: Bill Luby
Monday, January 4, 2016 6:16 AM EST
The big story is that in 2015, not one of those VIX ETPs was profitable. In fact, the mean VIX ETP lost over 21% for the year.
In this article: VIX Also: XIV(RETIRED), ZIV, VXX, VXZ, VXUP, VXDN
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Last Two Days Are #5 And #6 One-Day VIX Spikes In History
Article By: Bill Luby
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 11:24 AM EST
Based on the data for all VIX spikes in excess of 30%, the SPX ​has a tendency to outperform its long-term average over the course of the 1, 3 and 5-day periods following the VIX spike
In this article: SPX, VIX Also: TVIX, XIV(RETIRED), ZIV, VXX, VXZ
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VIX-Leveraged ETPs And The 5% Contango Rule
Bill Bishop 5/1/2017 5:58:27 PM

Okay but the phrase "like instruments" may be confusing to some. I wanted to be clear that even instruments appearing to be opposites, or at least on opposite sides such as $VXX and $XIV, $UVXY and $SVXY, $ZIV and $VXZ etc. all declined in 2015.

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