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Hello Prof. I was trying to explain the difference between the volatility and value of VIX as compared to the market standard deviations that you provide in your option pricing data. Is it fair to say that you analysis will provide higher numbers because you use actual traded equity while the VIX uses the S&P index? Also would it be fair to say that you number will should lower change over time because of the 5-year look back vs. the VIX 1 month look forward? Thanks

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