The January Effect is based on the belief that stocks tend to rise higher, on average, in January. Will we see it happen in the new year? Although past performance is never a guarantee of the future, consider watching the last trading week of the year for possible clues.
Markets—and the economy in general—tend to run in cycles, and each phase tends to favor certain sectors. Learn how sector investing can help investors seek specific objectives.
September means back-to-school time, which could mean shopping for your student and a portfolio of stock investments.
Sector investing can help align investments to specific objectives. For investors with many years before retirement, focus on traditional growth sectors.
S&P Dow Jones Indices recently added real estate to its list of sectors. Perhaps it’s time to explore real estate investment trusts (REITs).
The U.S. presidential election cycle theory of the stock market says that the market moves based on the year of the president's term. Is there any proof?
Consumer spending lit a fire under consumer discretionary stocks in 2015. Can spenders deliver again this year?
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