The markets hold many mysteries, and here’s a big one: Why the heck is the S&P 500, up 14% this year, behaving as though we’re living large when nearly every piece of real economic data is depressing?
Apple has taken a beating over the last five trading sessions, losing nearly 9% of its value – the worst performance since the fall.
Profit-taking is the reason most people mention. But you have to ask: Why now? Last week, …
The year-end push to contribute to a 529 state college savings plan is in full force. These plans make a lot of sense. But they also have drawbacks. Here’s how to make the most of them.
Investors collectively spend more than $200 million a year in excess fees on S&P 500 index funds alone, a study finds. They get nothing for that money, which could be compounding in their accounts instead.
As financial markets remain volatile, index funds may be an oasis of stability.