For anyone following my blog these charts of the VIX from 2004, 2005 and 2006 need no further explanation. The movement of the VIX during those years is defined under the Model as Phase 1 and Phase 2 Stable Vix Patterns of below 20, an investable bull market in the S & P 500. The chart from 2004 shows movement from Phase 1 to 2, which is positive. The direction of a move toward more stability in the index is viewed as a positive. In 2005 there are Alerts involving movements out of Phase 2 into Phase 1 but no Trigger Events. In 2006 the Phase 2 Stable Pattern emerges except for a brief burst into Phase 1, with minor movement over 20 for a brief period allowed by the model without being classified as a Trigger, but constituting an Alert.
Now, I am finally done talking about this topic.