Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Los Angeles, CA - Jan 18, 2017 - The first part of 2016 saw the U.S Stock Market remain neutral. In the Fourth Quarter, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 advanced sharply. There’s a reason for this: The rise in the Dow and S&P was directly linked to the conclusion of the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign. Most Wall Street observers agree trading stocks during a Trump Presidency will be different than in prior years.
“Over the next year we will see historically high levels of volatility,” says Tyrone Jackson, the founder of WITradeSchool.com.
WITradeSchool.com teaches self-directed investors how to trade and invest. According to Jackson, “The Stock Market does not like uncertainty. With the pending deregulation of the current Wall Street rules, volatility will rise.” High volatility represents an opportunity for the self-directed investor who knows how to trade stocks. Volatility is the rapid changing and fluctuation of a stock’s price.
Over the last 52 weeks, the market has seen high volatility in stocks that do not pay a dividend. Stocks that do pay dividends tend to be less volatile in low-regulatory environments. Mr. Jackson also says, “In the upcoming six months I am recommending that my students focus on non-dividend paying stocks, with high volatility and Four Quarters of consecutive top-line revenue growth. This approach has historically stood the test of time, regardless of who is in the White House.”
Learning how to trade stocks is a skill. The incoming administration may be the best thing that happens for self-directed investors who know how to trade in highly volatile environments. Source :