Investors across America have been looking forward to 2016. 2015 was a trying year for many investors, and people like James Dondero at Highland Capital Management are prepared for a better year in 2016. Jim is the CEO and co-founder of Highland. The markets tend to rebound when they have a bad year, but investors must make decisions that will facilitate a rebound. This article explains how investors plan to help the markets along, global economic factors and what even the smallest investor can do in 2016. Check out his twitter to stay up to date on the world of finance below.
#1: How Do Investors Like Jim Rebound?
Investors like Jim plan to rebound by opening their portfolios to new possibilities. Every investor with experience will begin to invest in new projects to help increase volume market. The markets will begin to increase slowly over the first few months of the year, and there will be more than enough money flowing through the system to help the markets recover. Jim believes in keeping his portfolio as broadly-invested as possible, and his broad approach will instantly help the markets.
#2: Will Oil Prices Rise?
Oil prices cannot fall forever, and investors who are convinced that oil prices will rise once again. Gold and oil tend to rise and fall together, and both commodities cannot remain low forever. Investors like Jim believe that rising oil prices will help the markets pick up, but patience is required as oil prices rise once again. The prices may not be as high as they once were, but anyone who understands the market knows that any increase a good thing.
#3: The Markets Will Balance Themselves
The stock markets balance themselves with regard to every stock. A stock that had a wonderful year in 2015 may dip slightly in the new year, an any stock that struggled in 2015 will have a better in 2016. Investors are hoping to balance their own portfolios to ensure they are making money, and a wise investor like Jim is moving around stocks to prepare for the market to balance itself.
The 2015 stock market year was not kind to many people, but anyone who wants to have a better year in 2016 must ensure that they wait for the market to rebound. A rebound in 2016 will help investors make some of their money back, and a rebound will be tied to increased volume, higher oil prices and a balancing of the market. Waiting for a new year often helps improve earnings.
— James Dondero (@JamesDondero) January 8, 2016