Many factors are threatening retirement savings, and a U.S. election could mean more volatility. See how elections have historically affected...
During the COVID-19 outbreak, investors faced a remarkable period of volatility. We analyze fund flow data to see what types of assets they preferred.
The global economy is projected to contract by 3% in 2020, followed by 5.8% growth in 2021. This animated map shows the IMF's country-level economic forecast.
It can be tempting to sell during high market volatility, but investors who hold onto their investments historically see much greater returns.
Dividend investing can provide stability during market volatility, providing attractive sources of income when markets take a turn.
Market cycles can often send investors on an emotional roller coaster. We illustrate the herd mentality with this chart on investor sentiment.
Fund flows analysis is a useful tool for tracking where investors placed their investments. Let's see what they were doing prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Black swan events like COVID-19 can cause investors to panic. However, markets have historically recovered—and such drops may offer long-term opportunities.
Since 1981, the proportion of female breadwinners — women who earn more than their husbands — has almost doubled. However, women still face many barriers.
This chart compares every U.S. bull market since WWII based on length and strength. Where will the chips fall on the most recent bull run?
The U.S. stock market had a banner year, but some sectors were notable outliers. Here are the ones that outperformed (and underperformed) in 2019.