We have revamped our Risk Parity fuel gauge so it now looks more like an average of the S&P fuel gauge and the bond fuel gauge. It is intentionally more volatile than a simple average so as to provide clearer signals – since the simple average can often cling close to 50. There is also a new component that measures the relationship between stock and bond volatility. This factor can be very important when it comes to trading this position. It is allowed to skew the normal result.