VIX some thoughts with some tools

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TVC:VIX   Indice volatilità S&P 500
Hi Guys,

in my previous post I wrote about VIX's mantras: 1) When VIX is high it's time to buy and 2) When VIX is low look out below. Here a link to the post:
A break of the 2nd blue descending trendline up would be negative for the markets. Above 30 would give a strong buy signal for VIX, which would be a strong sell for equities.

Or, if markets keep going up, VIX will keep going down towards level 20 or even below, till it gets to normality.

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