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Infographic: Where is volatility now and what could drive it higher?

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      Boston - U.S. stocks have rebounded strongly after the late-2018 nosedive. That has caused a pullback in the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX), which spiked in December along with investor fear.

      Now the question is whether U.S. stocks can rise to all-time highs if volatility continues to subside.

      The infographic below provides a snapshot of current market volatility as measured by the VIX, how it compares with history, and some investor worries that could drive volatility higher again.


      Blog Image Vol Infographic Feb 25