Don’t invest or trade in 2020 until you have read this guide
Those seeking to begin trading in the financial markets are being urged to read The Good Money Guide’s ‘2020 Advice Guide’ before investing.
The warning comes after the online publication found that there has been a trend towards searches for ‘market volatility’.
Richard Berry, founder of the GoodMoneyGuide.com, said: “We can see from GoodMoneyGuide.com analytics that searches for information on market volatility have been on the rise.
“This perhaps suggests that as the markets become harder to predict, traders and investors are looking to speculate on the fact that the market will move sharply one way or the other, with less of a focus on trying to predict whether it will go up or down.”
The 2020 outlook, which has been prepared by Jackson Wong PhD, covers seven key questions that the Good Money Guide team believe will help would-be traders to begin their investment journey from a better position.
The first of those questions is arguably the most important for would-be investors: ‘Will the world economy slip into a recession?’
Jackson believes this is clearly a concern that needs addressing for many because of the slowdown in the global economy.
With more than 10 years experience as a financial analyst, Jackson was previously Head of Investors Intelligence at Stockcube Research, and his expertise includes global macroeconomic investment strategy, statistical backtesting, asset allocation, and cross-asset research.
Notes to editors:
The seven questions covered in the Advice Guide are as follows:
1. Will the world economy slip into a recession?
2. Will the Fed raises interest rates in 2020?
3. How many more trillion-dollar companies will we see in 2020?
4. Are there any market 'bubbles' on the horizon?
5. What about government bonds: Has the asset class peaked?
6. Contrarian investment ideas for 2020?
7. Will Brexit actually happen?
You can read the guide by visiting https://goodmoneyguide.com/what-to-watch-out-for-when-investing-in-2020/
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