One of the nice things about investing for a long period of time is that you realize history repeats itself. The economy is a continual cycle of booms and busts. Those with high financial intelligence understand this and have learned how to see the warning signs of each cycle…and act accordingly.
Because stock prices fluctuate with emotions, technical investing seems risky to those who do not have a good financial education. Andy Tanner describes the most well-known measure of market sentiment, the Volatility Index or VIX, and the emotions that drive the market.
In today’s episode host, Greg Arthur and wealth expert Andy Tanner explain that the stock market seems unaffected by the negative news in the economy, and how an average investor can make money regardless of which way the market is going.
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