Sentinel 1973, an award-winning brokerage platform, discusses the keys to successfully navigating volatile periods.

Any time funds are endowed for the chance of future profit, there is an inherent level of uncertainty, or risk. When unforeseen circumstances such as war or political instability arise, that amount increases as companies can no longer accurately predict their future earnings. In response, institutional investors often reduce their holdings in stocks considered unsafe and reallocate to other sources including precious metals, government bonds and money-market instruments like U.S. Treasury bills or municipal notes. This unison sell-off, however, can cause the stock market to depreciate. By understanding how uncertainty fully affects the economy, Sentinel 1973 is confident investors can take a wiser approach.

From a micro, company-specific view, socioeconomic volatility provides a major concern for those that produce common goods. For example, consumption may fall at the possibility of a recession as individuals refrain from purchasing new cars, computers and other non-essentials. Companies in certain sectors may be forced to lay off some employees to combat the impacts of lower sales, which will consequently affect their stock prices. On a macro level, uncertainty is magnified if the country is a major supplier or consumer of goods. If a primary provider of oil was to go to war, demand would increase and supply would be uncertain, causing the price of the commodity to increase.

In these situations, the best defense is to stay as informed as possible by reading the newspaper and researching individual companies. Careful analysis will reveal which sectors have more to gain and lose in a crisis and allow for a long-term plan to be crafted. Some will decide to mitigate risk and allocate their funds to safer securities. Others may choose to be offensive and search for providers of goods or services that will lead to great returns when things rebound. Times of heightened uncertainty can lead to great opportunities for investors who position themselves to take advantage of it.

Sentinel 1973 is the leading broker market of Contracts for Differences (CFDs) and a specialized trader of financial products in organized and Over The Counter (OTC) stock markets. Founded in 1973, the company now offers 10 platforms to trade more than 200 financial instruments and OTC CFDs, serving clients in more than 180 countries in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

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Sentinel 1973 on the Investing Trend that Has Caught on in Asian Markets: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sentinel-1973-investing-trend-caught-161800763.html
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Sentinel 1973 – Explains the Keys to Investing During Uncertain Times

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND / ACCESSWIRE / October 17, 2017 / As events in one country seem to have an ever-increasing effect on the rest of the world, every day it becomes apparent that the world is becoming smaller. Citizens around the globe are more interconnected now than at any point in history, and mentions of financial crisis, international conflict, recession or trade imbalances often lead to justifiable considerations of moving money to safer holdings. With an understanding that uncertainty can confuse even the well-informed investor, Sentinel 1973, an award-winning brokerage platform, discusses the keys to successfully navigating volatile periods.

Any time funds are endowed for the chance of future profit, there is an inherent level of uncertainty, or risk. When unforeseen circumstances such as war or political instability arise, that amount increases as companies can no longer accurately predict their future earnings. In response, institutional investors often reduce their holdings in stocks considered unsafe and reallocate to other sources including precious metals, government bonds and money-market instruments like U.S. Treasury bills or municipal notes. This unison sell-off, however, can cause the stock market to depreciate. By understanding how uncertainty fully affects the economy, Sentinel 1973 is confident investors can take a wiser approach.

From a micro, company-specific view, socioeconomic volatility provides a major concern for those that produce common goods. For example, consumption may fall at the possibility of a recession as individuals refrain from purchasing new cars, computers and other non-essentials. Companies in certain sectors may be forced to lay off some employees to combat the impacts of lower sales, which will consequently affect their stock prices. On a macro level, uncertainty is magnified if the country is a major supplier or consumer of goods. If a primary provider of oil was to go to war, demand would increase and supply would be uncertain, causing the price of the commodity to increase.

In these situations, the best defense is to stay as informed as possible by reading the newspaper and researching individual companies. Careful analysis will reveal which sectors have more to gain and lose in a crisis and allow for a long-term plan to be crafted. Some will decide to mitigate risk and allocate their funds to safer securities. Others may choose to be offensive and search for providers of goods or services that will lead to great returns when things rebound. Times of heightened uncertainty can lead to great opportunities for investors who position themselves to take advantage of it.

Sentinel 1973 is the leading broker market of Contracts for Differences (CFDs) and a specialized trader of financial products in organized and Over The Counter (OTC) stock markets. Founded in 1973, the company now offers 10 platforms to trade more than 200 financial instruments and OTC CFDs, serving clients in more than 180 countries in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

Sentinel 1973 - World Leading Trading Broker Chosen by Customers: http://sentinel1973news.com
Sentinel 1973 on the Investing Trend that Has Caught on in Asian Markets: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sentinel-1973-investing-trend-caught-161800763.html
Sentinel 1973 - On the Rise of Entrepreneurs in the Middle East: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sentinel-1973-rise-entrepreneurs-middle-195000888.html

Contact Information:

Sentinel1973News.com
contact@sentinel1973news.com
http://sentinel1973news.com

SOURCE: Sentinel 1973

ReleaseID: 478133

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND / ACCESSWIRE / October 17, 2017 / As events in one country seem to have an ever-increasing effect on the rest of the world, every day it becomes apparent that the world is becoming smaller. Citizens around the globe are more interconnected now than at any point in history, and mentions of financial crisis, international conflict, recession or trade imbalances often lead to justifiable considerations of moving money to safer holdings. With an understanding that uncertainty can confuse even the well-informed investor, Sentinel 1973, an award-winning brokerage platform, discusses the keys to successfully navigating volatile periods.

Any time funds are endowed for the chance of future profit, there is an inherent level of uncertainty, or risk. When unforeseen circumstances such as war or political instability arise, that amount increases as companies can no longer accurately predict their future earnings. In response, institutional investors often reduce their holdings in stocks considered unsafe and reallocate to other sources including precious metals, government bonds and money-market instruments like U.S. Treasury bills or municipal notes. This unison sell-off, however, can cause the stock market to depreciate. By understanding how uncertainty fully affects the economy, Sentinel 1973 is confident investors can take a wiser approach.

From a micro, company-specific view, socioeconomic volatility provides a major concern for those that produce common goods. For example, consumption may fall at the possibility of a recession as individuals refrain from purchasing new cars, computers and other non-essentials. Companies in certain sectors may be forced to lay off some employees to combat the impacts of lower sales, which will consequently affect their stock prices. On a macro level, uncertainty is magnified if the country is a major supplier or consumer of goods. If a primary provider of oil was to go to war, demand would increase and supply would be uncertain, causing the price of the commodity to increase.

In these situations, the best defense is to stay as informed as possible by reading the newspaper and researching individual companies. Careful analysis will reveal which sectors have more to gain and lose in a crisis and allow for a long-term plan to be crafted. Some will decide to mitigate risk and allocate their funds to safer securities. Others may choose to be offensive and search for providers of goods or services that will lead to great returns when things rebound. Times of heightened uncertainty can lead to great opportunities for investors who position themselves to take advantage of it.

Sentinel 1973 is the leading broker market of Contracts for Differences (CFDs) and a specialized trader of financial products in organized and Over The Counter (OTC) stock markets. Founded in 1973, the company now offers 10 platforms to trade more than 200 financial instruments and OTC CFDs, serving clients in more than 180 countries in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

Sentinel 1973 - World Leading Trading Broker Chosen by Customers: http://sentinel1973news.com
Sentinel 1973 on the Investing Trend that Has Caught on in Asian Markets: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sentinel-1973-investing-trend-caught-161800763.html
Sentinel 1973 - On the Rise of Entrepreneurs in the Middle East: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/sentinel-1973-rise-entrepreneurs-middle-195000888.html

Contact Information:

Sentinel1973News.com
contact@sentinel1973news.com
http://sentinel1973news.com

SOURCE: Sentinel 1973

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