Stock Market to get Wild in October

History teaches us that in October stock markets are at their most volatile – and this year (2019) they can be expected to be even more turbulent. Why is this? It’ll mainly be driven by geopolitical factors such as trade wars, Donald Trump’s actions and tweets, the fallout of Brexit including a possible UK general election, amongst other things. This volatility will produce both risks for investors which can be mitigated by diversification – as well as major buying opportunities

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