Volatility Index (VIX)

CBOE:VIX   Volatility S&P 500 Index
Volatility Index ( VIX ) is an indicator of volatility and investor sentiment. VIX shows market expectations for the short-term volatility of the S&P 500 index .
We look at the long-term chart, then you will see in 2008 the index was around 70
 Now we can see 54 for 2 months
Last time the crisis was launched within two months - the mortgage crisis of 2007-2008

Now everyone is leaving the market. Oil falls, it all started with the Trump (USA) trade war and China
It was all beneficial to American manufacturers.
What happened after Italy Russia China agreed and signed a $ 100 billion contract - a trade contract without US involvement.
China is the largest holder of US debt and the United States did not like this contract.

Partially stopped these processes due to falling markets and due to the virus. As a result, in China, the plants closed.
Russia does not publish data on infected coronavirus
Crude Oil has fallen

The ruble flew up

Index Dollar is falling
But the United States does not worry, they think that markets will recover faster, while other markets do not.

Facts that the crisis has begun you can see
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Time for purge.
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Great Financial Reset
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Excellent idea.
VIX weekly chart up 200% key levels (NEW).
Excellent work on the oil! Thank you for sharing. For the stock markets, yearly low may have been formed, no panic here just holding. BOJ ETF holding will be lower than its price if Nikkei225 is lower than 19000 points, that means BOJ is acting now.
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We called the last one GFC we will call this one, SHTF.
Excellent Work. Regards!
Thanks for sharing.


I agree.

They will try to print/manipulate their way out of it.
second chart.... USDRUB ... you mean RUB tumbled instead flew up? (more RUB per $ => so its worth = less)
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