Most of the time, shares are up nicely, except when there’s, um, a recession, an LPL study says.
Tag: S&P 500
For the second time this year, Treasury-based signal flashes: recession ahead. But is this true?
Famed Wharton prof warns that a bad economy and stock climate will harm the president in 2020.
Strong economy overcomes predictions of a down quarter and may push up profits ahead.
Escalating conflict may slice corporate earnings and lower employment, firm warns.
Service providers like Google will best manufacturers such as Apple, firm figures.
Despite strong gains, funds underperformed the benchmark portfolio.
Expanding stockpiles and surging shale pumping may put upper limit on petrol reprise.
The average investor fled from the stock market and ended up losing twice what the S&P 500 did, Dalbar says.
For the past 20 years, the fourth month has been the best for the S&P 500, rising an average 1.7%, LPL Financial says.
The investing legend has long advocated domestic shares. But are they always the best bet? And why did he buy Israel’s Teva, anyway?
Analysts’ consensus is for a drop in first quarter profits, but a tepid recovery for the rest of 2019.
AB Bernstein says this means now is a great time to buy cheap stocks, awaiting their time to romp.