What is Volatility Trigger™? Volatility Trigger is our proprietary indicator which detects at which level options market makers position shifts from positive gamma to negative gamma. Why does the Volatility Trigger matter? If the stock is under this price level option market makers hedging flows shift from supporting market prices and suppressing volatility, to trading with market prices and expanding volatility. How to use the Volatility Trigger? This level is an important support and resistance level. If the stock is below this level you can anticipate high market volatility. If the stock is above this level we anticipate lower volatility and a more stable stock price. Subscribers can locate each day's Volatility Trigger in the Daily Founder's Notes. Related articles What is the SpotGamma Absolute Gamma Strike? What is SpotGamma Hedge Wall? What is Put Wall Support? What is the SpotGamma Implied 1 Day Move (Imp. 1 Day Move)? What is Gamma, Market Gamma and/or Total Market Gamma?