They are the two most mentioned indexes in stock commentary, but what is the difference between the Dow Jones and the S&P 500?
Yesterday, global markets shrugged off the turmoil as Trump supporters stormed the capital in an attempt to disrupt Congress’ electoral count.
Kicked out of the Dow, Exxon Mobil, Raytheon Technologies and Pfizer are being replaced. But who are the new members and why are they so special?
The shake-up in the Dow Jones Industrial Average has little to do with diversification.
These indexes are the most well known and widely reported as a measure of the U.S economy, but what do they consist of, and are they a good investment?
The performance of the three major indexes has diverged significantly this year. Will the high-flying Nasdaq be able to maintain this improbable rally?
The longest year ever sure is going fast! Suddenly it’s Q2 and we’re awaiting a fresh batch of earnings reports, but amidst a global pandemic, do they matter?