The market’s appetite for starboard stocks has been in tatters this year amid a weak dollar and concerns about a possible global recession.
The S&P 500 is down nearly 2% in 2017, its worst performance in nearly five years, and shares of big companies have plummeted.
Shares of tech companies, such as Amazon.com Inc. and Netflix Inc., have also dropped.
Investors have also been watching the stock market closely for signs of what is to come.
“I think the next few years are going to be extremely challenging for stocks,” said James O’Neill, chief investment officer at TD Ameritrade, a brokerage firm.
“The markets are going through all sorts of events.”
The stock market has been on a tear over the past several months, soaring in the first week of January and continuing to rise in the wake of the election.
At one point, it was up more than 11% in a day.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained a record 1,500 points on Thursday, its biggest gain in three days.
But as the markets began to calm down, some investors were worried about the potential for a stock market crash.
The markets have been on an upward trajectory in recent weeks, spurred by a rise in U.S. economic growth and the election of President Donald Trump.
But investors have also worried about a potential global recession, which could hurt investors’ wealth.
The Federal Reserve’s monetary policy committee is expected to raise interest rates this month.
But some investors have taken a more cautious approach, believing that the U.K. election could further dampen the U-K.
Some traders also say that the market is too bullish on the tech industry, which is still seeing a lot of growth.
Many of the stocks listed on Starboard are also among the biggest stocks in the U;sphere.
“Starboard is a little bit of a safe haven, but I don’t see a lot going to Starboard this year,” said Stephen Schulman, senior investment analyst at RBC Capital Markets in New York.
Investors can also find ways to trade starboard shares on other markets, such a stocks that are up by a fraction of a percent or even the S&s Dow Jones Index, which has surged more than 300%.
Many traders also prefer to buy stock in companies that are trading in a volatile market, such to buy a company’s stock for pennies on the dollar.
“People don’t want to buy starboard because they can get caught up in the excitement and euphoria,” said Mark Johnson, chief executive of Stocks and Investment Research Group, a London-based broker.
It has a very low volatility and a lot to do with what you are buying.”