How to Identify that Fake News is Driving the Market


By Dale Gillham and Janine Cox | Published 25 February 2020


Every day we are bombarded with news as to why the stock market is either rising or falling. And while at times, the news is on the money, there are times when fake news drives the market. Unfortunately, investors are bombarded with news about the stock market from many sources, causing them to be reactive rather than proactive towards the market. As a result, they make emotional rather than rational decisions, which is detrimental to their profits.

So how do you identify the signs that fake news is driving the market and what should you be listening too? We share all of this and more in this week’s stock market show.

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