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How to Time the Market Using the VIX

We already explored the VIX as a measure of uncertainty in our post from March 13, 2017. Academic research has also explored the VIX as a trading indicator.

Market uncertainty and the FED

US interest rates affect financial markets worldwide, and we all eagerly await the Fed’s decision on target rates. The economics textbook predictions predict, and most empirical papers have documented, an inverse relation between equity prices and monetary policy decisions. But… Continue Reading →

Academy of Entrepreneurial Finance Europe and Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics

Uni Hohenheim is proud to host the annual meeting of the Academy of Entrepreneurial Finance Europe and the Academy of Behavioral Finance & Economics in Stuttgart, March 16-17, 2017. Conference keynotes Prof. Dr. J├╝rgen Huber (University of Innsbruck) “Experimental Evidence… Continue Reading →

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