Market mayhem spooked investors at the beginning of October.
The S&P 500 Index plunged nearly 4% in a matter of days and continued to show extreme volatility throughout the week.
Many investors are sick of the ups and downs caused by the trade war and other issues. A recent report shows that 20% of Americans are starting to hoard cash.
There’s a much better strategy for beating market volatility, however. And in today’s Market Insights, experts Michael Carr and Ted Bauman tell you all about it.
- The trade war isn’t the only issue on investors’ minds. Quote: “It may be a constitutional crisis. It may be worries of a recession. There are lots of things coming together to increase volatility right now.”
- Computerized trading programs have transformed how hedge funds operate. Quote: “Volatility begets volatility the way these funds are working.”
- Diversification isn’t just about owning a lot of different stocks. Quote: “Use something for the short term. Use an aggressive approach combined with a defensive approach. Add some value.”
To watch today’s six-minute Market Insights now — and find out how to beat market volatility — simply click on the image below:
Ted’s Bauman Letter portfolio is a great way to beat volatility. It’s broken down into three different strategies, which means his subscribers are ready for whatever the market throws at them. You can learn more about Ted’s service by clicking here.
Michael and Ted are on social media! You can follow them by clicking on the links below.
Michael: Facebook / Twitter / YouTube
Ted: Facebook / Twitter / YouTube
And remember to scroll down for a wrap-up of this week’s Sovereign Investor Daily articles.
Assistant Managing Editor, Banyan Hill Publishing
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