Volatility 75 Index

What is the Volatility 75 Index?

The Volatility 75 Index, also known as the VIX, is a special index created to measure the volatility of the S&P500.

The volatility is measured on a scale from 1 to 100. The higher the number, the higher the volatility.

In calm markets, the VIX stays below 20, while in high volatility markets, the Volatility 75 Index is above 40.

How to trade the Volatility 75 Index

In order to trade the Volatility 75 Index, you will need an account with a specialized broker that offers Volatility 75 Index trading.

We recommend one of the following brokers for trading the VIX (click on the logo to open the broker's website):


Hot Forex

Ava Trade

IC Markets

What influences the VIX 75?

The Volatility 75 Index is influenced by all the factors that influence the stock market.

Important economic and political news tend to have an impact on the VIX, as they create volatility and large pricce movements.

Sentiment is also a very important factor. When there is positive sentiment in the market, the VIX is usually low.

When the sentiment turns negative and the market drops, the Volatility Index goes up, as fear comes with higher volatility.

More about the Volatility 75 Index

If you want to learn more about the Volatility 75 Index, we recommend the following pages:

Volatility 75 Index Brokers List

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Volatility 75 Index MT5

Volatility 75 Index Strategy

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Volatility 75 Index