With so many people impaneled at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, and with the introduction of apps on smartphones like Robinhood that permits people to trade their accounts anywhere, a new generation of day trading has come back to the stock market at full force.
After five weeks of quarantine, many people are wondering when, if ever, life will return to normal. The short investment answer is that it won’t.
The effect on the stock market has been pandemonium. There is an old adage on Wall Street that markets take an escalator going up, but the elevator going down. Program trading has exacerbated this.
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