Jan 13, 2016

The Week Ahead: Is the Individual Investor Right?

Both investors and traders are likely to be relieved that the week is over after the stock market’s rollercoaster ride last week. The action in the overseas markets on Friday did help as the EuroZone markets opened strong with the German Dax up 3.12% on the close. The even weaker Italian and Spanish markets were also strong with gains respectively of 3.42% and 2.97%. The gains in Asia were less...

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