Why is Stock Investing so Volatile?

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Why is stock investing so volatile?

Rounding it up

  • Market volatility refers to the movements in the market that are greater than normal.

  • Volatility provides opportunities for profits — and risk.

  • Politics, world events, a company’s PR, and economic indicators can all affect volatility.

  • Understanding volatility is the first step toward taking advantage of it and growing your profits.

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Cedric Jackson
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Cedric Jackson

Cedric Jackson is a crypto writer, sharing his experience to educate and inform people about Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, and blockchain technology, aiming to provide a global perspective on the events shaping the development of the new crypto economy.

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