Hey guys, Thought I'd turn to the experts for a little advice. My strategy (confirmed in backtesting) is bearish in vol, and will gets killed when vol spikes suddenly. My strategy runs 30 calendar days (~20 trading days) at a time, so I'm only talking about hedging over that time frame. If actual realized volatility after 30 days is double (+100%) what of implied volatility was at the start of m cycle, I lose 10%. If it's +150%, I lose 15%, etc... If realized volatility is less than double of implied volatility, the hedge doesn't need to pay me anything. I'm not referring to vol for a specific symbol... we can deal with "broad market" (perhaps small-cap index? or just SPY) volatility. So, how do I hedge against this? What do I buy? What are the symbols in IB? What would be my cost? Thanks in advance!