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EconMatters Viewer Questions 1-1-2017 (Video)

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By EconMatters We go over some viewer questions that we received regarding financial markets over the last week in this video. The S&P 500 is the instrument you want to trade versus the Dow instrument, it provides for a balanced view of the financial market universe. Trading the Russell 2000 because you recognize a rotational play within markets is a different story, and in a big Risk-Off selloff the Nasdaq and the small caps will experience greater losses and vice versa in a Risk-On move to the upside, keep that in mind. But if you just have a general view on the markets play the S&P 500, it will spread your risk profile in a more balanced manner. Plus it provides the best liquidity for market participants.

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EconMatters Viewer Questions 1-1-2017 (Video)

We go over some viewer questions that we received regarding financial markets over the last week in this video. The S&P 500 is the instrument you want to trade versus the Dow instrument, it provides for a balanced view of the financial market universe. Trading the Russell 2000 because you recognize a rotational play within markets is a different story, and in a big Risk-Off selloff the Nasdaq and the small caps will experience greater losses and vice versa in a Risk-On move to the upside, keep that in mind. But if you just have a general view on the markets play the S&P 500, it will spread your risk profile in a more balanced manner. Plus it provides the best liquidity for market participants.

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