The Volatility Index (VIX) is known as the fear index because it tends to rise when stocks are falling or uncertainty in the market is high.
Most traders hate it when volatility spikes… they often get shaken out of their trades for a loss.
Me? I take advantage of the fear by using one of the most consistent strategies out there.
It’s a simple way for traders to collect income on demand — without having to time the direction of the market.
In my experience, these trades make money at least 70% of the time…
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Inside he gives away the 10 rules of technical analysis that can help you create a trading plan that is best for each market condition and more importantly, your trading portfolio.