Trading in the eye of the storm can be risky, but since volatility can pop up like a summer squall, traders need a plan to navigate stormy markets.
The unwavering uptrend in stocks in the last few years may be seeing disruption with the return of volatility in 2018. Institutional and retail investors are looking for various gauges to measure the effect of volatility and how that’s trending in the coming quarters. Most analysts think there may be more upside and opportunities to come this year even with (or perhaps because of) the emergence of geopolitical issues.
Howard Lindzon is an angel investor, market maven and a serial entrepreneur. We sit down with the founder of Stocktwits, who launched investment newsletter Peloton this past August, to discuss markets, bitcoin and the millennial generation.
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