There is effectively zero correlation over long periods of time between a country's GDP growth and stock market returns, according to Vanguard chief economist Joe Davis.
Inflows to fixed-income products continued in November on account of market-volatility worries, while equity outflows this year could surpass 2008 levels.
How do current inflation, auto sales, initial claims, and other data compare with levels just before the December 2007 recession?
The 2% dividend yield on the S&P 500 shows that stocks are relatively richly valued, says Morningstar’s Josh Peters, but you can still make the market work for you.
Combo of stock exchange, futures market could reignite exchange merger mania.
Rolling returns can provide a more complete picture of an investment's risk/reward profile than trailing figures can.
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