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Is The Correctional Market Creating More Volatility?

Summary

While we remain in a bullish market, skepticism is up for some trades and investments.

Inflation and external influences are leading to higher volatility with some stocks.

Now is the time to look at entry and exit points while the market continues to correct.

Many traders and investors are re-examining how the market is moving.  There are many predicting another downtrend in the market.  Others have more confidence, believing that the correctional market, especially from the current trends, will continue to move in the bullish market.  Determinations for the stock market are creating great divides in the marketplace and the noise relating to volatility. 

There are certain stocks that many economists say are highly volatile.  Without bringing Bitcoin and digital currencies into the picture, there are issues with some of the other stocks.  The Forex is one which shows great fluctuations. Bond yields, because of inflation, are also expected to go into a downtrend.  It is important to look at leading economic indicators that are related to these stocks to determine your position. 

On the other side of the stock market, many are looking at the selloffs for stocks that are expected to rise.  These may have some volatility; however, the pricing now is perfect for entry points.  Even if the correctional market takes another downtrend, there are possibilities to continue to build your portfolio by finding the stocks that had to go into cheaper values because of the market. 

The best way to secure your position is to look at leading economic indicators that are able to determine the moves in the market.  You can look at the probabilities within the correctional market.  While opinions are continuing to develop, there are also ways to help define the trends and buy / sell signals before they occur.  This data can help you to move differently than the noise in the market.