No One’s Telling You The Surprising Reason Behind These Crazy Markets

I filmed this video late Friday afternoon, and fortunately this Monday morning as markets open it is still quite timely and relevant…

I’m sure you’re tired of talking heads opining on the cause of last week’s wild market action, so I’ll keep this brief.

The real reason for the markets’ outlandish behavior is found in an Alice-in-Wonderland place known as “Upside Down World.”

I’m talking about the Inverse Volatility ETF. It’s much simpler than it sounds – as I explain in detail in the video. It’s an instrument that almost no one’s talking about right now, but everyone should.

In this video, I’ll show you what happened – what triggered last week’s massive selloff – and what to do next.

Great trading,


D.R. Barton Jr.

15 Responses to “No One’s Telling You The Surprising Reason Behind These Crazy Markets”

  1. Margaret Hannigan

    Great presentation. I received similar information from another source today, but your’s was more detailed. I also suspect that those folks who lost a bundle after betting that the VIX would stay low needed to start selling to pay off margin debt. And perhaps that the market going beserk.

  2. That was the concise and understandable explanation that I have heard on the down turn in the market. I have a question. Since I am a novice in charting, can you tell me what indicators are you using in the lower section that is showing the hockey stick formation. Thank you and Cheers for your presentation .God Bless

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  3. @ Denny Richard
    The indicator “ATR as % of Price” is the Average True Range.
    Average True Range (ATR)
    An indicator that measures a security’s volatility. High ATR values indicate high volatility and may be an indication of panic selling or panic buying. Low ATR readings indicate sideways movement by the stock. (Definition from stockcharts.com)

  4. @ Denny Richard
    The indicator you asked about is Average True Range (ATR). An indicator that measures a security’s volatility. High ATR values indicate high volatility and may be an indication of panic selling or panic buying. Low ATR readings indicate sideways movement by the stock. See ChartSchool article on Average True Range.

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