Keeping tabs on the current state of the market is essential to being a successful investor. But there’s a lot of financial data to sift through. From tracking economic numbers and Fed interest rates to market indexes, fund flows and consumer sentiment indicators, each of these key signals forms a small piece of the larger picture that is the health of the financial markets.
You Will Be OK – and So Will Your Investment Portfolio
Here’s why you shouldn’t worry about your investment portfolio during this market crash.
The Easiest Bear Market to Tame
History says event-driven bear markets recover faster than other declining markets. So when will this one end?
Your Homework Before the Next Market Correction
Robinhood’s outage during Monday’s trading session affected millions of users. Here’s what you must do before the next market correction.
Is This a Market Correction or the End of the Bull?
Stocks plummeted Monday morning as the markets crashed. Is this just a correction or the end of the bull?
Gender Typing and Finance: What Women Want… Is Everything Men Have
The financial odds are stacked against women. Here’s how to fight them.
The Most Profitable Sector for 2020 Is Minting 100-Year-Olds
Make room in your portfolio for 2020’s hottest sector: healthcare.
5 Valentine’s Stocks to Invest In
These five companies will likely see a jump in sales due to Valentine’s Day spending.
Why You Need to Watch the Silver Market
After the gold-silver ratio topped 90 last year, investors believe silver prices will rise faster than gold.
How to Play the Election Cycle in Your Favor
The uncertain market during the past few election years means it’s time to build a more defensive portfolio in 2020.