There are no reasons to be thankful for high inflation. However, unexpected -- but not necessarily unfortunate -- consequences of this year's persistently high inflation rate will be...
The first half of the year saw the benchmark S&P 500 (SNPINDEX: ^GSPC) produce its worst return since 1970. With the S&P 500 and Nasdaq respectively declining 24% and 34%, respectively, at their peaks, both indexes have firmly entered bear market territory. Given the heightened volatility and uncertainty that accompanies bear markets, it has a lot of investors wondering where the market will bottom.
The tax agency is about to hand out more than a billion dollars to taxpayers.
Homeowners beware. But don't panic, either.
KEY WORDS “I think we’re giving Powell too much praise. … The last two years are one of the biggest policy mistakes in the 110-year history of the Fed by staying so easy when everything was booming.
(Bloomberg) -- Week by week, the bond-market crash just keeps getting worse and there’s no clear end in sight.Most Read from BloombergBank of England Says Paper Banknotes Only Good for One More Week‘Read Putin More Often and Carefully,’ Lavrov Tells the WorldThe Great Bond Bubble Is ‘Poof, Gone’ in Worst Year Since 1949UK Market Plunge Sparks Talk of Emergency BOE Rate HikeWith central banks worldwide aggressively ratcheting up interest rates in the face of stubbornly high inflation, prices are
Is the EV stock on track for more incredible gains, or is this a hype bubble that's bound to burst?
Yes, there's a lot of economic concerns, but this is a buying opportunity (and things aren't nearly as bad as they seem).
Garmin (NYSE: GRMN) stock has had a rough 2022 already, and shares caught additional pressure recently thanks to news out of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL). The consumer tech giant already competes against some of Garmin's popular smartwatch devices, but that competition is hitting a new level. Apple announced a new addition to its smartwatch lineup that's aimed at sports enthusiasts and includes many of the navigation features that have been a staple of Garmin products, like its tactix adventure watch.
By selling US$4.1m worth of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. ( NASDAQ:AMD ) stock at an average sell price of US$102 over...
Warren Buffett’s long-term investment strategy has proven to be successful through virtually all market conditions over the past several decades – recession, high inflation and deflation. If there’s one thing that’s made Buffett one of the most successful investors in history, it’s his commitment to his strategy. A countless number of new investment techniques and algorithms have come and gone over the years, but Buffett has maintained his relatively simple strategy of picking solid companies an
Answer: It sounds like you’re feeling stressed about money and questioning your decisions, so we asked financial advisers and money pros what you’re doing right and what you might want to change. “I would base your savings rate towards a home, and how much you can temporarily divert from the student loan debt towards a home, on how much you think the home will cost,” says Joe Favorito, certified financial planner at Landmark Wealth Management.
These are the dividend stocks in the Russell 1000 with the highest forward dividend yield for September.
AT&T has been crushed this year, down more than 40% from its high. But now the stock nears a key area on the charts with a 7% dividend yield.
Goldman finally decided to stop fighting the Fed and no longer sees the index finishing the year at 4300.
Carnival (NYSE: CCL) and Royal Caribbean (NYSE: RCL) are two of the biggest players in the space, and investors might be wondering which of these companies is the better investment now that trip demand is rebounding. Read on to see why two Motley Fool contributors have very different takes on the question of whether Carnival or Royal Caribbean is the better buy. George Budwell: Carnival's management painted a fairly optimistic picture about its ongoing recovery efforts from the COVID-19 pandemic when it reported 2022 second-quarter earnings back in June.
Trending social-media hashtags aside, the U.S. stock market hasn't crashed --- but a volatile bear market is making for queasy investors.
The parent company of Google and Youtube is preparing for a sharp deterioration in the health of the economy.
Energy in the next few years is biased “towards higher prices," says one oil analyst.
These EV stocks are way down, but that's no guarantee that investors who buy shares now will make money.