The stock market embraced a strong jobs report to break through its Brexit funk and close at new highs.
Markets don’t like uncertainty, and a Trump win for the presidency would seem more conducive to unpredictability than a Clinton victory would.
Market volatility is stressing out investors, especially retirees.
Wealthy investors are finding it difficult to erase the memory of the financial meltdown.
On Monday, the U.S stock market opened lower on weak economic news out of China and lower oil prices. If China’s economy catches a cold, does Europe get the flu?
The CFPB says, “When employees choose a lump-sum payout instead of a monthly pension payment, the responsibility for managing and investing the pension money shifts from the employer to the employee.
The stock market’s ho-hum performance in 2015 didn’t affect the heads of these three tech companies.
One thing’s for sure: Investors won’t be bored with the stock market next year.
Excitement can lead to relatively risky investing decisions. Rapidly increasing asset prices can excite investors, and that in turn can fuel the growth of a bubble.
The volatile stock market shouldn’t knock you off your game. Avoid these 2 common mistakes.