Market Commentary Articles & Insights
The efficient market hypothesis suggests that it is nearly impossible to beat the average movement of stocks and bonds over the long term.
The Fed’s effect on interest rates isn’t the only way it can impact the markets and your portfolio. What should you be watching for?
While you’re thinking about if and how new stock IPOs fit into your portfolio, here are a few things you may want to consider.
One thing is striking about 2016: The market showed resilience. Despite more than a few surprises, the market couldn’t be killed off.
With the Fed announcing a small increase in interest rates, we look at what the impact could be on you and your portfolio.
Watching what the Fed does with interest rates makes sense given the potential economic impact. But what is the impact of interest rates on you and your portfolio?
Following the election, it likely makes sense to focus on your investing plan because that’s the only thing you can control.
There are almost an endless variety of election-related actions that can move the markets quickly. The worst reaction is to panic.
How might the U.K. leaving the EU affect your investment portfolio? Review your investments now.
The markets had a rough first week, in part due to declines in China’s market. What does that mean for your investment portfolio?
2015 was like driving a car around the block on a bumpy road: lots of drama, but not a lot of payoff. We’ll review key market events from the year.
There may be reasons that stocks generally perform a little better during the holiday season, but it’s important to not read too much into past rallies.
Investors’ ability to tolerate market volatility is part of understanding market risk. Portfolio diversification can help investors protect their investments.
October has seen more than its share of market volatility. What does that mean for your investment portfolio, both short-term and long-term?
Stock splits don’t change the market value of a company. But there are a few reasons why they might have an impact on investors.
When earnings expectations deviate from expectations, it can have a large impact on a stock’s price. A few tactics can help prepare you for surprises.