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IVX Volatility Monitor


Welcome to IVX Volatility Monitor discussion club

Have something you'd like to share with us on IVX Volatility Monitor?
Give us your valuable feedback on new IVX Volatility Monitor service.

IVX Volatility Monitor provides an intraday  IVIndex (IVX), a VIX-like measure for US securities and exchange traded instruments. Now you can get online access to volatility readings.

Service includes Dow Jones, S&P, Nasdaq and other equities markets benchmarks, S&P, Eurodollar, Gold, Oil and other futures products.

Intra day you can monitor IVX 30 day, its change from the previous close and comparison to 1 Year’s High/Low Values.


Comments:

What is the difference between IVIndex and VIX?

Posted by Anastasia on December 08, 2008 at 09:01 AM EST

They say about the difference at http://www.ivolatility.com/news.j?nid=114&x=14&y=7 , guess by meaning they are the same but IVX is an estimate for individual name while VIX is only for S&P 500 index

Posted by SpreadTrader on December 08, 2008 at 09:15 AM EST

can I install IVX Monitor on my computer rather then keep your web site's home page?

Posted by john on January 14, 2009 at 05:43 AM EST

John, yes, you can download IVXMonitor Widget corresponding to the operating system from http://www.ivolatility.com/info/ivxm_free.html

Posted by IV Support on January 15, 2009 at 06:34 AM EST

How do I install the gadget, which I download from your site

Posted by Denys on March 20, 2009 at 09:49 AM EDT

Currently we provide only MS Vista and Mac OS gadgets. If you're using these systems then download the gadget and double click on the downloaded file.
Link to Vista Sidebar Gadget:
http://www.ivolatility.com/widgets/ivxmonitor_large.gadget
Link to MacOS Dashboard Widget:
http://www.ivolatility.com/widgets/ivxmonitor.wdgt.zip

Posted by Valery, IV Support on April 15, 2009 at 10:40 AM EDT

there seems to be a lot of noise in the data, spikes that i know are not actually there, maybe because the calculator is just using the midpoint of the bid/offers on the atm strikes? it would probably be worthwhile to implement some smoothing algorithms to filter out the bad prints - i have several years of professional options trading and software development experience and would be happy to help out if appropriate

Posted by kevin on May 10, 2009 at 12:18 AM EDT

Kevin, thanks for the feedback, yes, we are using midpoint of the ATM strikes. give us example of the spikes please, will double check. thanks

Posted by IV Support on July 28, 2009 at 07:36 AM EDT

Very helpful...Can we add other optoins like grains, copper, currencies, etc.? Thanks

Posted by epesiri on January 12, 2010 at 04:43 PM EST

we will be launching soon the new version of IVXMonitor where you can change the instruments list and add more

Posted by IVSupport (192.168.25.80) on June 23, 2010 at 09:35 AM EDT


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