Growth stocks including MercadoLibre and Salesforce are available at a steep discount and look poised for long-term outperformance.
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With a long-term focus, JPMorgan's Clare Hart holds stocks like UnitedHealth, Philip Morris, and Analog Devices.
Dividend-paying REITs have been knocked back by recession fears, but stocks including Simon Property Group, Welltower are looking cheap.
We asked three market strategists for their view on whether the worst is over.
Easing supply chain pressures, falling energy prices should put continued downward pressure on inflation.
Energy and utility stocks helped lift the performance of these funds.
Oil stocks fall as crude oil prices decline. Uber and Lyft rally on solid earnings results.
Second-quarter results haven’t actually been impressive, but investors are rewarding them anyway.
Surge in hiring confirms the economy isn’t in recession, but the Fed will be focused on inflation
Electronic Arts in a sweeter spot but fairly valued.
Microsoft, Amazon, Tyler Technologies, and Manhattan Associates are among those that Morningstar analyst Dan Romanoff highlights for posting solid second-quarter results.
Short answer is no one knows. It’s the latest meme stock.
Both value and growth stocks look cheap, and the communication services sector is the biggest bargain.
The bounce in the market is being helped by corporate earnings that are coming better than some had feared.
First Solar, Sunrun gain on climate bill news. Disappointing earnings results send Roku shares plunging.
Bear traps can be short, swift, and end as quickly as they started.
While there's a risk of recession for 2023, any decline should be mild and short-lived.
Renewable energy stocks gain on surprise climate bill news.
T. Rowe Price All-Cap Opportunities' Justin White holds stocks like Visa and Chubb, names he sees as both inflation- and recession-resistant.
We expect a Fed pivot to lowering rates as inflation comes down and the need to shore up the economy grows.
Inflation and the Fed could determine how long this change in stock market leadership lasts.
A Fed rate hike Wednesday could be followed by news that the economy shrank for the second quarter in a row.
The Fed may be about to raise rates again, but some say yields are starting to look attractive.
Despite a bear market in stocks and brutal start to the year in bonds, fund investors are hanging tight.
Burlington Stores and Goldman Sachs stocks are among those looking more attractive as the bear market drives names further into undervalued territory.
Executives say the economy is in good shape despite rising fears about recession.
Technology stocks, consumer cyclicals offer the most opportunities.
Gold consistently provides a buffer against market storms, but is best used in small doses.
After a volatile comeback GameStop's stock will split for the first time in 15 years.
Despite rising worries of recession and a bear market, stock analysts have become more optimistic. That could be a risk for investors.
As the pandemic recedes, consumer spending behavior will normalize and shift back toward services and away from goods.
Chinese stocks, including Alibaba, have staged a big rebound. Here's what it might take for the rally to continue.
For the last two decades, bonds and stocks usually haven't moved in the same direction. That's not the case this year.
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The gap between reported total returns and actual results may seem daunting, but investors can take steps to minimize it.
While inflation hit a 41-year high in June, falling food and energy costs should ease the pain in July.
Lithium stocks, miners and big oil lead among undervalued names with big valuation increases.
While these loans pay out more to investors when rates rise, their chances of going into default increase during a recession.
Google's parent company will have a fair value estimate of $180 after its 20-to-1 stock split.
Healthcare stocks help offset the impact of tech stock declines and energy stock strength.
Still, the Fed is expected to continue its aggressive push to raise interest rates.
Wages provide reassuring news on inflation, but Fed still on track for more tightening.
Rising rates, growing credit concerns leave investors with widespread losses.
Investors in the most widely-held stock funds endured another down quarter.
The biggest rally in the U.S. currency in 20 years is taking a bite out of non-U.S. fund returns and profits for U.S. companies doing business overseas.
Retailers Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl's shares plunge, Trip.com, BioNTech rally.
We think now is the time to be adding judiciously to equities, not reducing them.
For just the second time in 40 years, bonds and stocks both posted losses for two consecutive quarters.