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Investors urged to consider 'volatility index' to benefit from coronavirus uncertainty

Mining Capital's Alastair Ford says anybody who has recently been buying on the dips or hoping that the 'dead cat bounce' will go a bit higher is sitting out of pocket.

''There is one way investors could have made money, at least in terms of the indices themselves... it's possible to buy volatility itself'', Ford says.

''You can buy a volatility index asset and it has over the last week gone up by around 3 or 4 times''.

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