The BEST VIX/Volatility Follows on Twitter

It’s a crazy time…. like, VIX at highest levels since 2008 crazy…


Who do you listen to about this spike? Who knows how out of whack the VIX curve is? What spreads look like… and what this all may mean for markets….

We’ve gathered up a list of top twitter follows for these crazy VIX times [follow the entire list here]:

@rcmalts – RCM Alts, your source for all things Alts, including VIX and Vol

@waynehimelsein – Wayne Himelsein, founder of Logica Capital, owner of great hair

@profplum99 – Mike Green, former volatility focused macro manager for Peter Thiel and other Billion+ shops.

@bennpeifert – Benn Eifert, CIO of QVR Advisors holding a PhD in Economics from UC Berkeley = not a bad resume.

@vol_christopher – Chris Cole, founder of Artemis Capital Partners, prolific writer of vol focused research

@mutinyfund – The folks behind a multi-manager long volatility program have some  thoughts on VIX and Volatility

@pat_hennessy – Pat Hennessy, Head Trader at IPS Strategic Capital. Seeker of convexity. Griller of meats. Shanker of drives.

@vixologist – Jim Carroll, the handle says it all…, a true Vixologist

@VolatilityQ – a Quantitative, algorithmic look at VIX and volatility

@volatilityWiz – Scott Murray, Financial comedy – option/vol trades, sell a weekly Volatility Analytics newsletter

@dynamicvol – Matt Thompson, designer & manager of Proteus dynamic volatility investment program.

@SqueezeMetrics – Dark pools, options, and volatility. Lover of Gamma exposure (GEX)

@nntaleb – Nassim N. Taleb – The OG of long vol, Author & Developer of Black Swan Theory

@russellrhoads – Former Director of Education at CBOE, now VIX enthusiast like the rest of us

@CBOE – When/if you want/need to hear it from the horse’s mouth…. it’s their baby, after all.

@BrianStutland – CNBC contributor to Futures Now and Options Action. Investment Advisor and creator of Equity Armor Investments VOL365 Index.

@JoeATiger – Investment advisor on the Equity Armor Fund & real-time VIX events tweeter. 
Let us know who we missed in the comments! Or if you’re looking for another similar list, we’d love to hear.

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