A debate rages on whether ordinary investors should have equal access to financial markets.
It’s not rare for a small group of stocks to account for a large percentage of the S&P 500. What is important is the relative performance of that group to the rest.
The 30 most economically damaged industry categories could be de-listed before tomorrow’s market open, and it would hardly shave more than a few percentage points off the S&P 500.
With the second quarter behind us, investors are evaluating how well their holdings have performed. The midpoint of the year is as good time as any to evaluate what you did right or wrong in a very challenging year.
One shouldn't think about the "stock market." Instead, think of it as the "Spock market."
How afraid should you be amid the coronavirus outbreak, at least as far as the stock market goes? Here are some thoughts that might put this into perspective.