After roughly 18 months of volatility, tech and small-cap stocks are starting to show signs of life.
With the S&P 500 Index dipping as low as 23% within the past couple of months, we've hit the ballpark of bear market territory. Let's learn about three of the most common ways that bear markets create the very powerful temptation to sell so that you can resist the temptation when it calls. The most visible way that the bear market is likely to test investors' resolve is by demolishing the stocks of companies that were not too long ago put forward as high-flying success stories.
The market rally showed resilience after Friday's jobs report. Apple, Tesla and these 5 chip stocks could use this.