Fear! S&P 500 SKEW Index Highest In History (Near Historic Low Money Velocity And Historic High Fed Intervention)

by confoundedinterest17

Yesterday, I talked about negative real mortgage rates and BB corporate yields. Now we have this little diddy: SKEW just surged.

The SKEW index is a measure of potential risk in financial markets. The SKEW index can be a proxy for investor sentiment and volatility. The Skew Index measures perceived tail-risk in the S&P 500. Tail-risk is a change in the price of the S&P 500 or a stock that would place it on either of the tail ends, or the far edges of the normal distribution curve.

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And it is the highest since 1990.

Historically wild government spending and Fed monetary policies have created a “fear” scenario for investors.

Fear is here!


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