One way to evaluate the overall strength of the stock market is monitoring an index. The DOW, NASDAQ, & S&P 500 are good examples.
The efficient market hypothesis is integral to many analysis models, but evidence shows that stock markets aren’t truly efficient.
As the Fed continues to raise interest rates, investors need to know how higher rates impact the economy and their portfolio.
Investors who understand bull markets and the economic factors that lead to them can make informed financial decisions.
The S&P 500 hasn’t had two consecutive down years since 2002. Will 2023 break that streak, or will the index recover last years’ losses?
Steady dividend payments are one of the ways investors generate profits, and predictable income, from their stock investments.