Investments

May 21, 2022

Discover a variety of investment options that best fit your financial goals, including stocks, bonds, and ETFs. 

Weekly Trader's Outlook

Volatility begets more volatility.

S&P 500 Near Bear Territory After Seventh Week of Losses

U.S. equities revved higher into the close to finish mixed in the final session of a volatile week that saw some key retail sector earnings reports exacerbate inflation worries.

Schwab Market Perspective: Downshifting

The economy has slowed amid rising inflation, aggressive monetary policy tightening and persistent global supply chain crises. In turn, the U.S. stock market has weakened.

Growth vs. Value: What Does It Mean?

Performance underneath the surface is sometimes markedly different from the action at the Growth and Value index level.

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SPACs: What Investors Should Know Now

The speculative exuberance around special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs) seems to be over, but investors still have questions about them. They are incredibly complex vehicles and differ widely in size, structure, and quality.

How Traders Can Take Advantage of Volatile Markets

With a disciplined approach, you can learn to manage volatility for your benefit—while helping you minimize risks. Here are four steps to consider.

Conviction Remains Restrained, Stocks Finish Lower

U.S. equities finished in the red, but off the lows of the day, amid a choppy session after yesterday's sharp drop amid concerns about inflation pressures weighing on corporate profit margins.

Tax-Efficient Investing: Why Is It Important?

Making tax-efficiency part of your investing strategy can help lower your tax bill.

Bulls Just Can't Get a Break

After looking as if U.S. equities may get a reprieve from the recent selloff, the markets turned lower midday to finish in the red in volatile trading in the wake of another hotter-than-expected consumer price inflation report.

Should You Care About Rising Interest Rates?

Will rising interest rates affect you personally? Most likely. No need to panic, but best to be aware.