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This week, the market enjoyed a small rally — a glimmer of hope amid what’s otherwise been seven months of turmoil and sell-offs.
Monday, a heat dome settled over the country shattering temperature records. But plants & house pets aren’t the only things experiencing exhaustion. That same day, the S&P 500 shed another 1.29%.
Companies know how to capitalize on our vices. Alcohol, junk food and tobacco are considered essentials, and of the S&P 500’s 11 sectors, consumer staples have performed best over the past 3 months.
2 consecutive quarters of negative economic growth — as measured by GDP — officially mark a recession. We’ve already had 1. We’ll find out if we get another on June 29.
With so much hype behind it, expectations were that the stock split would salvage an otherwise abysmal year for the e-commerce giant. Investors should consider this investment vehicle instead.
Companies are required to report trading by corporate officers, directors or other members with significant access to privileged information. Here’s how to find it.
The number of ETFs has grown markedly from just 276 in 2003 to an astounding 8,552 in 2021. So, it’s time to get acquainted with the Weiss Ratings ETF screener.
A chart recently caught my eye. It was the year-to-date performance of the S&P 500’s 11 sectors. And one particular sector is outpacing the rest.
America’s housing crisis is no longer looming. And if you’ve been in the market for a home, you know why.
There are dozens of calendar days Americans look forward to celebrating each year. But today is not one of them.
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