Malls are supposed to be dead. But the nation’s largest mall owner posted better-than-expected earnings in the fourth quarter while raising its dividend.
Everyone is looking for a reason as to why the broad stock market indexes plunged this week. The actual reason is pretty simple.
This happened before bear markets that led to losses of 50% or more in 1972, 1999 and 2007. It also happened before the 1987 crash.
Don’t think of the current action as saying: “Get out of the market now.” Instead, think of it as a red flag for your portfolio.
If the history of market reactions to Amazon has taught me anything, it’s that now is a great time to buy stocks in the health care sector.
Netflix is spending a ton of money on its own content to add new subscribers — and the reason why may be what kills its rally.
By reading the many emails I receive, I know the No. 1 concern for most investors is losing money. Today, I’m going to walk you through how to overcome that fear.
The January Effect is what investors call the typical outperformance of small-cap stocks in January. This year is set to be the opposite case.