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Coppock Indicators

Eerily quiet

06 November 2014

What felt like an eventful month delivered little on the Coppock front

October was a quiet month for Coppock, perhaps somewhat surprising given the increase in volatility that afflicted markets over the month. As the graph below shows, the Vix index, the most commonly used indicator of market volatility, spiked sharply in mid October after a long period of relative calm.

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