After Calling April's Whimpering Volatility Spike, MKM Derivatives Analyst Left Wondering When Shoe DropsMark Melin
Volatility has been acting “odd,” a research note from MKM Partners observed. Back on March 6, when the research provider made the projection that volatility spike was likely to rise again in the intermediate term, they did so based on historical pattern analysis rather than a fundamental market call. Volatility did jump, but even that relative spike was abnormal.
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