Investments

August 8, 2022

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

Stocks Finish Mixed as Inflation Data Looms

U.S. stocks closed mixed as the markets appeared cautious ahead of a flood of July inflation data over the course of the next few days.

Stocks Closed Mixed Amid Key Read on July’s Payroll Report

U.S. stocks finished mixed to close out the week amid a host of earnings and economic data, including the highly anticipated July nonfarm payroll report that came in much stronger than expected.

Markets Mixed Ahead of Key Labor Report

U.S. equities finished mixed on the heels of yesterday's strong advance that was aided by upbeat economic and earnings data, as caution appeared to have set in ahead of tomorrow's key July labor report.

Cryptocurrencies: How You Could Invest in Them

There are multiple ways to access the cryptocurrency market, including over-the-counter trusts, mutual funds and ETFs, futures, and the stocks of companies involved in cryptocurrencies.

Stocks Finish Lower in Bumpy Trading Session

U.S. equities finished mixed in choppy trading amid a host of data, events and cautious Fedspeak driving sentiment.

Stocks End Higher Amid Mostly Upbeat Earnings and Economic Data

U.S. stocks closed higher amid a host of economic data that came in above forecasts.

What is Thematic Investing?

Thematic investments target ideas, personal values, or trends that don't fit squarely into existing industry classifications.

Market Snapshot | July 2022

Liz Ann Sonders shares her perspective on the U.S. stock market and economy in this monthly Market Snapshot video.

Should You Get Out of the Market Now and Get Back In Later? (Rebroadcast)

Whenever there’s a rapid drop in the stock market, whatever the cause, some investors wonder whether they should just get out of the market for a while. Here’s why that approach usually doesn’t work.

Leveraged and Inverse ETPs: Going, Going, Gone?

Leveraged and inverse ETPs are uniquely risky financial instruments—and probably aren't suitable for most investors.