It has been three years and twelve articles since I began writing the VSTOXX® newsletter. Timing seemed right (and perhaps 3 is a Fibonacci series inspired moment) to update the data of some of my past articles. Upcoming newsletters will include updated articles as well as new articles. This article updates Spreading European and U.S. Volatility Index Futures I wrote in August 2013.
Liquidity is always important to an investor or trader. Table 1 gives readers an overview of the VSTOXX® Futures liquidity over the last years.
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Mark Shore has more than 25 years of experience in the futures markets and managed futures, publishes research, consults on alternative investments & conducts educational workshops.
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Mark Shore is also an Adjunct Professor at DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, where he teaches the only known accredited managed futures course in the country. He is also a Board Member of the Arditti Center for Risk Management at DePaul University.
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