A plunging stock market is the perfect opportunity to put your money to work in these high-quality companies.
It’s a good idea to include these three companies in your portfolio to enjoy long-term growth, even in the face of the pandemic.
Although 2020 has failed to become the IPO-frenzy that was expected, one company — Lemonade — has shot up more than 180% since it went public earlier this month.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused mass economic uncertainty worldwide, and with millions unemployed, consumer and business spending has been hit hard.
With the stock markets taking a major beating recently, there are significant discounts on some popular Warren Buffet investments.
The payments disruptor is down 56% compared to the S&P’s loss of 29%. Why is Square faring twice as bad as the rest of the market in this sell-off?
Visa leads the world in the extremely lucrative payments processing market. But as consumer habits change, and financial technology develops, the company faces serious long-term threats from its rivals.
While Alphabet recently became the third U.S. member of the trillion-dollar valuation club, it may take some time yet to find the next candidate.
Facebook, Tesla, Microsoft, Paypal, and Align all announced their earnings yesterday. Let’s check out how their stocks have been doing
Visa has achieved its goal to use 100% renewable electricity across its global network of offices and processing centers