To give context to the Wall Street vs Main Street debate, we compare S&P 500 returns and U.S. GDP growth...
While 98% of Americans own transaction accounts, other financial assets—such as bonds and stocks—are less common.
Who were the big winners of 2020? We rank the S&P performance of 11 sectors—and provide possible explanations on why the market had a strong year.
How Do Countries Compensate Investors for Equity Risk? When investors purchase stocks internationally, they are exposed to additional risks. Companies may have higher volatility based on...
Are 2021 economic projections looking up? As we look back on a historic year, this graphic outlines key growth forecasts for the year ahead.
It’s important for investors to identify which sustainability issues they’re most exposed to. Find out more in this breakdown of ESG risk by industry.
How much influence do elections have? We show U.S dollar performance after U.S. elections to illustrate there's no clear trend between the two.
Election jitters prompt investors to put their money in low-risk assets. We analyze why this may not be the best idea for your portfolio’s asset mix.
Eliminating all harmful GHG emissions is not yet possible, but carbon offsetting offers a route for businesses and funds to become more sustainable.
How have U.S. elections historically impacted market volatility? With elections nearing, we look at over 90 years of market data.
In the first 9 months of 2020, tech's return was almost 5x greater than the general market's return. Here's what you need to know about tech...