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Williams' VIX Fix - WVF

by Vangelis M., 2577 days ago
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The Williams' VIX Fix (WVF) is an indicator meant to roughly approximate the VIX. It can be useful in situations where there is no implied volatility index for the instrument we want to trade. The WVF is simply a measure of the distance between today's close and the 22-day highest close.













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