The Cboe Volatility Index VIX, known as Wall Street's "fear gauge," fell on Friday for the fifth straight day to end at 24.86, its lowest closing level since Aug. 28. This week, the VIX plummeted more than 13 points, its largest weekly decline since early April. Still, the VIX remains well above its long-term average of 20, and concerns tied to U.S. politics and the coronavirus pandemic could keep volatility expectations steady but now there are more evidences that big investors fell more confident to buy this market as we enter the last months of the year. Seasonality researches show that the last two months of the year S&P 500 performance is usually very high.