LONDON, November 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ —
For the last few months, the U.S. presidential elections have taken center stage and global financial markets watched these events unfold very cautiously. For as long as investors believed that the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton would win the race to the White House, the sentiment remained positive. When, however, it was announced on the 9th of November that Republican Donald Trump had won the elections, volatility in the market surged.
As Daniel Diehl, the head of 23traders Brokerage Division explained, “The markets hate uncertainty and this creates volatility. As an investor, it is within this volatility that many potentially profitable investment opportunities can be found and should be taken advantage of.”