Something is off with one measure of volatility on Wall Street. According to Goldman Sachs strategists, the Cboe Volatilty Index VIX, +2.21% often referred to as Wall Street’s “fear index,” is too low given the recent gyrations of the S&P 500 index ... read whole article

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