The election results to date are already affecting the stock market and stand to have major consequences for stimulus talks and taxes, according to Dan Clifton, head of Washington research at Strategas Securities. Here are his six takeaways.
Stocks declined again on Friday, capping the market’s worst week since March, as rising COVID-19 cases and weak earnings-related news from some large technology companies rattled investors. The S&P 500 index lost 1.2% on Friday, and was down 5.6% for the week.
Join us on a journey to 2030, as we imagine what changes to the investment landscape could take place over the next decade. To get there, we asked three Capital Group investment professionals on a recent webinar to offer their perspectives on the trends they believe could shape the future for investors. Following are 10 themes that they discussed.
Excluding a contested election — which is certainly within the realm of possibility — here’s a brief look at four scenarios that could play out in November and potential implications for investors.
It was just a few months ago when reports of rising coronavirus cases routinely sent stocks into a tailspin. Not anymore. Following are three views on why counts haven’t toppled the stock market.
If you offer a high-deductible health plan (HDHP) to your employees, all of your executives should max out their contributions to their health savings accounts (HSAs) every year. Read on to learn why this is becoming one of the most important executive benefits.
Expect a bumpy path for U.S. markets in 2020 as the economy comes back online, followed by a potentially more solid recovery in 2021.
Many investors believe that gold can be an effective hedge against inflation and falling stock and bond markets. Should you add a gold fund to your 401k plan? It’s not an easy decision, but here are issues to consider.
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Here are seven principles that can help fight the urge to make emotional decisions in times of market turmoil.