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As Q1 2020 finally comes to an end, investors will be asking themselves many questions, including why the Nasdaq performed better than the S&P and Dow?
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Last week saw the best single-week market performance since 1939. As stocks rallied again on Monday, have we hit bottom yet? Is it time to buy the dip?
We have just come out of the longest bull market in history, where growth and innovation were the tales of the times, but what exactly does a bull market mean?
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Yet another rollercoaster week on Wall Street as the Government’s $2 trillion bailout plan continues to divide opinion and dictate stock movement
The Dow’s recent surge has technically put it back in bull market territory, but this could be a red herring for investors thinking that we’ve hit the bottom.
In recent weeks, it has become apparent that there is a growing demand for information on how to start investing, but when is the best time to start?