Six charts showing how market cap drove returns.
Energy, tech, and real estate are leading the market. Here are some names with room to run in 2022.
A strong job market and persistent inflation pressures mean that higher rates will be here sooner.
In a year with a record number of public debuts, these companies stand out.
GameStop, AMC, and others started 2021 with huge gains and big headlines. But lately it's been rough going.
Corporate bonds should continue to outperform amid strong economic growth and rising interest rates.
There's a massive gap between reported total returns and investors’ actual results.
Despite the big rise in November CPI, the upward pressure on prices should unwind in 2022.
Some stock sectors offer clearer timelines than others.
If it’s been a while since you looked at your portfolio weightings, it might be time to adjust.
Here's 5 charts on the November employment report.
Small stocks and growth companies were hit hard, but valuations remain lofty.
The impact of the largest stocks on the market has lessened and that could be good news for investors.
These high-quality names were caught up the market downdraft.
Donors benefit from an immediate tax deduction, tax-free growth, and investment flexibility.
The market has already baked many retailers’ holiday sales potential into pricing, but there are still opportunities.
We’ve raised the fair value estimates on these undervalued stocks.
While Powell is tapped for a second term, the outlook for Fed policy has plenty of unknowns.
Third-quarter earnings reports are easing worries about the holiday season, but many names remain overvalued.
The IPO market is ripe for restaurants, but the salad chain's future is uncertain.
We raised our expectations for many energy and technology stocks, but are there any opportunities as a result?
5 charts on Tesla's growing influence in the stock market.
A confluence of factors will bolster consumers' holiday spending this year.
With a new name--Meta Platforms--the company still faces controversy, but it's also the most attractive social-media play in our coverage.
Even with a sound business strategy, hot new stocks often run out of steam.
Investors should brace for inflation to look worse before it gets better.
Its valuation is a testament to enthusiasm for electric vehicles, but is Rivian worth the hype?
Companies at the top don't stay that way forever.
What you'd like to achieve with any "extra" assets can help you calibrate your portfolio's equity exposure.
As the post-pandemic pharma landscape takes shape, Moderna and BioNTech slide, Pfizer rallies.
Two names are well-positioned to capitalize on potential SPAC opportunities.
These stocks crushed third-quarter expectations and remain undervalued.
Higher inflation may be transitory, but watch the job market for Fed rate hike cues.
The unusual structure of the Chinese market means the answer depends on where you’re investing.
There’s a path forward, no matter when you start your retirement-plan contributions.
Inflation-protected bonds are rallying as investors see price pressures sticking around.
Keep an eye on what companies are saying about inflation and supply disruptions.
The SPAC deal is done, but investor enthusiasm seems to have cooled after the wait.
The first bitcoin ETF launch lived up to the hype, even as investors are urged to be cautious.
Supply and demand imbalances have pushed oil and natural gas prices higher. Although energy stock prices have jumped, we still see value for long-term investors.
The latest earnings for big banks show strong profits and fewer bad loans.
Despite some surface similarities, the two assets are fundamentally different.
Despite the stock's meteoric rise, shareholders are pushing back against Tesla's management and board.
Some of these stragglers just turned cheap.
While large-value funds typically hold more in this surging sector than other categories do, the typical stake is still small.
The order in which returns unfold over time can either help or hurt.
Morningstar's sustainability indexes generally keep up with the broad market for the quarter, owing mainly to technology.
While rates matter to technology stock valuations, they haven't been driving performance.
These stocks tend to experience huge prices swings, often driven by social-media chatter.
Zuckerberg has veto power over investors thanks to Facebook’s share class structure.