JohnKicklighter
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EURUSD Implied Volatility Doesn't Reflect A Health Fear

FX:EURUSD   Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar
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Implied (expected) volatility levels - both at the FX level and measured by the CBOE's own indicator - do not reflect properly the building pressure in the political/economic/financial situation surrounding Greece. Traders arbitrage price, but divergence from appropriate risk appreciation is just as influential.
Just-Trade
a year ago
Thanks.
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alexfa
a year ago
Hi John!... going short a good idea despite SSI is presenting more sellers than buyers?... thx very much
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JohnKicklighter PRO alexfa
a year ago
I think the situation presents itself such that a 'good' outcome for Greece will generate modest gains for the Euro. Furthering its crisis could sink it fast and deep. I'm waiting for a clear fundamental cue though. This is not a technical play for me. http://www.dailyfx.com/forex/video/live_events/2015/06/18/Strategy-Video-Euro-and-European-Markets-Increasingly-Exposed-to-Greek-Risk.html?CMP=SFS-70160000000NbTmAAK
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