Asset allocation is one of the most important decisions an investor can make. This chart shows asset class risk and return from 2010-2019.
From 1825-2019, equities have had positive annual performance over 70% of the time. This chart shows historical U.S. stock market returns.
Even prior to COVID-19, only about 28% of U.S. adults were financially healthy. Here’s how you can improve your financial wellness during a crisis.
ESG investing provided downside protection during the COVID-19 selloff, with ESG leaders seeing smaller losses than the broader market and ESG laggards.
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.
Black swan events like COVID-19 can cause investors to panic. However, markets have historically recovered—and such drops may offer long-term opportunities.
Many factors are threatening retirement savings, and a U.S. election could mean more volatility. See how elections have historically affected investments.
Do sustainable strategies underperform conventional ones? This infographic shines a light on the realities of sustainable investing and the ESG framework.
From the Erie Canal to the Golden Gate Bridge, U.S. municipal bonds have financed crucial infrastructure. This infographic details their long history.