I often use The Volatility Index (VIX) to quickly gauge market sentiment…

For example, elevated VIX levels usually indicate that there’s fear/uncertainty in the market. The opposite is also true, low levels (below 13) generally suggest that investors are complacent. 

But what does the VIX actually measure? 

In technical terms, the VIX tracks the 30-day volatility of S&P 500 options. And when it rises, the market normally expected more volatility or bigger swings in the price of stocks — which also increases the price of options. 

Over the past two weeks, the VIX has jumped due to . But that’s not a bad thing, especially if you’re familiar with one of my favorite strategies…

Want to take advantage of elevated VIX levels? Then you need to check out a new strategy that fellow trader Rob Booker has been using recently. 

It exploits volatility to generate a high and consistent income stream. In fact, you decide when you receive the income and even how much. 

And Rob’s going LIVE tomorrow at 1pm ET to show you how to create a second income stream of a few hundred or even thousand dollars a week. 

To get all of the details, click on the button below. 

My Top Stocks Ahead of the Fed’s Next Rate Hike

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 Before we begin, I want to let you know that this morning's Trading Pub Roundtable with Don Yocham — featuring Tactical Wealth Investor’s Garrett Baldwin, Austrian trading expert Achim Mautz and yours truly, Senior Strategist Roger Scott — will be held at our new...

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