When the market has more “fears”, the trendy boutique market will goes lower as people are more likely to sell their securities. 1. All three are negatively correlated with VIX which means when VIX goes higher, Dow, S&P500 and Yield will goes lower. Netflix, Inc. (NFLX) – Shares of Netflix, Inc. are pulling back to the $170 where they will have some minor support. This stock ripped higher yesterday but after the stock market fell apart, UBS gave back of its gains. The most optimistic read is that Tesla is now a clean energy company, with a potentially much larger market, but the catch is that Solar City’s products don’t have the cache that Tesla cars have as well as the competitive nature of the solar power market will push margins down. These days, when you buy stock of a company, you usually do not get the actual stock certificates any more.
When VIX is higher, the Treasury Notes Yield is more likely to be lower. On the other hand, more people will buy treasury notes which drives the yield lower. More people will park their money to the relatively safer Treasury Notes when they feel more fears. Very few people can really ignore the price fluctuations of stocks. Started creating the chart on the DOW as the last recent peak was on 11/16/2020 when it peaked at 68.38 on the Relative Strength Index and the closing price was at $29,950.44 for the DOW. The percentage idea that we are thinking about is checking it against the Relative Strength Index on all three of the major US stock market boards. 30 day period. Generally, VIX is referred to as Fear Index which shows whether the market “fears” about the future. And most certainly, fear is now widespread, gripping even seasoned investors. Facing the recent fluctuations in stock markets around the world, many investors were heavily affected.