With continued uncertainty in global markets, today King World News is pleased to share an extraordinary piece warns that traders have now priced in the highest ever likelihood of a black swan event taking place over the next 30 days. This piece also includes a key illustration that all KWN readers around the world must see.
October 13 (King World News) – Jason Goepfert at SentimenTrader: “The SKEW Index has soared to a new all-time high. This means that S&P 500 options traders are pricing in the highest-ever likelihood of a “black swan” event over the next 30 days (see chart below).
According to calculations from the Chicago Board Options Exchange, the current reading indicates an approximately 15% chance of a 2 -standard-deviation move over the next month (that probability was under 6% as recently as September 30). The previous high in recent years occurred on September 18, before the S&P tumbled more than 9% over the next few weeks.” This is just a portion of one of the latest fantastic reports. To try a free 14-day trial of the internationally acclaimed work that Jason Goepfert produces at SentimenTrader simply CLICK HERE.
***KWN has now released the incredible audio interview with Michael Belkin, the man who advises the most prominent sovereign wealth funds, hedge funds, and institutional funds in the world. Belkin covers the historic rally he expects in gold and the mining shares as well as what he expects to see in global markets for the rest of 2015, and you can listen to it by CLICKING HERE OR ON THE IMAGE BELOW.
***ALSO JUST RELEASED: A Remarkable View Of The War In The Gold Market CLICK HERE.
***KWN has also now released the powerful audio interview with Rick Rule, discussing what he expects to see in gold, silver and the mining shares as well as what he expects to see in global markets for the rest of 2015, and you can listen to it by CLICKING HERE OR ON THE IMAGE BELOW.
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