Many companies survived the market falls of 2007-2009. If that happens again, we will have to be mindful of what happened and be picky in our stocks
So far, 2022 has been a turbulent year for equities. With fears of inflation and Fed intervention, the S&P 500 has shed about 6%. But not everyone is worried. Which begs the question: If stock market fears are overblown, should we buy the dip?
The S&P 500 has shed 500 points amid inflation fears. It’s been a punishing start to 2022. But is it just a bump on the road? Or are we set for the stock market crash that some have been predicting?
Investors are jittery. Will equities continue to over-perform? Or is 2022 the year things finally grind to a halt? Read on to find out whether it will be a good or bad year for stocks.
Most of the significant threats to the stock market are familiar faces from 2021. Inflation, new coronavirus variants, and less favourable conditions for growth stocks could drag at the S&P 500.
Why should business people and professionals look at investing in other people’s companies, not just in their own? Read my valuable insights
After the disruption on COVID-19, many experts warned of a long road to recovery. However, generous stimulus packages and successful vaccine rollouts meant the stock market bounced back quickly.
The recent “Schroders Global Investor Study 2021” has highlighted some interesting differences between the risk appetite of younger and older investors.
Fears about Omicron sent shockwaves through the market in late November. Will this new variant lead to a disastrous market crash, or is it all a pointless panic?
If COVID-19 returns, which stocks will win and which stocks will lose? With vaccines available and business continuity in place, the markets seem to suggest that they could take another pandemic in their stride.