How to Capitalize on Increased Market Volatility

In this video, we are going to focus on volatility in the markets, and how to capitalize on high volatility. 

When volatility is high, you will see large swings in stocks, indicating that emotions are high in the markets. The driving emotion in highly volatile markets is fear. And fear usually causes price movement to accelerate. Periods of high volity often occur during periods of economic uncertainty, which could include interest rate decisions, geopolitical events, and other major news events.

So let's get started. Here's what we will cover in this short video:

  • What is high volatility, and what is it telling you?
  • How to tell which direction markets are going. This is critical to your trade plan
  • What time frame is best for your charts?
  • How to use your investment style to determine your trading plan.

THE MOVIE: HOW TO PROSPER FROM THE INCREASE IN VOLATILITY IN THE MARKETS

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mary Ellen McGonagle

Author: Mary Ellen McGonagle, Founder
Company: MEM Investment Research
Website: MEMInvestmentResearch.com
Services Offered: Market Analysis, Market Reports
Markets Covered: Stocks, Options, Futures

After advising high-flying, top portfolio hedge and mutual fund managers over 20 years, Mary Ellen is turning here attention to independent investors.