Mutual Funds

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Following yesterday’s chaos at the Capital, it seems the stock market is coming back up as we head into the weekend. The Dow Jones finished up 0.18% to close at 31,097.97. The NASDAQ closed up 1.03% to finish at 13,201.98 and the S&P 500 closed up 0.55% to finish at 3,824.68. STOXX Europe also saw
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Even with an expanding economy in November the United States appears to be slowing even more as November was the worst on record yet for new coronavirus cases and the effects of that just keep rippling through the system. A measure that consolidates multiple measures to show total growth was at its lowest number since
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The market saw another mixed day though numbers were very slow to fluctuate throughout the day. The Dow Jones rose 0.16% to close at 30,046.37. The NASDAQ closed down 0.23% to finish at 12,377.87 and the S&P 500 fell 0.13% to close at 3,663,46. STOXX Europe fell slightly today, by 0.73% to close at 390.28.
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The stock market is looking quite comfortable even though the election in the US is quite controversial and still uncertain. Even on the day after the election it’s looking like there could be some confusion about who the winner truly is, especially as the election comes in tight. Following the closing of the election polls
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The bond market has taken a significant beating in the wake of the Federal Reserve cutting interest rates to record lows. With the central bank unlikely to raise interest rates anytime soon, things do not look good for the once-booming sector. Proposed regulatory changes now threaten to compound woes in the ailing housing-bond market. Housing
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The need for diversification is becoming a key theme, given the elevated volatility levels in the equity markets. Likewise, Exchange Traded Funds continue to offer a way out of the current dilemma as investors look to gain access to a broad pool of investments. Pacer ETFs Soaring AUM Pacer ETFs, a renowned provider of strategy-driven
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Stocks closed down for the beginning of the week today with the Dow Jones reporting a loss of 1.44% to close at 28,195.42, the NASDAQ down 1.65% to close at 11,478.88 and the S&P 500 reporting a loss of 1.63% to close at 3,426.92. STOXX Europe also closed down 0.28% today to close at 366.45.
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Demand for fixed income exchange-traded funds has been on the rise as investors look to diversify their investment portfolios, given the uncertainties triggered by COVID-19. ETF funds have been cropping up as fund managers look to provide investors ideal investment tools for gaining exposure in the broader stock market. Likewise, Bloomberg is poised to become
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Bitcoin is one of the best performing alternative asset classes giving the stock market a race for its money. A 30% plus rally since the start of the year attests to strong demand for the flagship cryptocurrency that is increasingly arousing institutional investors’ interest. Buoyed by the digital asset strong demand, Fidelity Investment is reportedly
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Investments in Exchange Traded Funds have skyrocketed in recent months as value investors shy away from individual stocks that appear expensive and overstretched in the market. With most counters near the peak, the risk of incurring significant losses is pretty high on the market reversing. ETFs appear to be offering a safer approach for gaining
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Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) and Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) are taking action against the Trump campaign for posting misinformation about COVID-19. Trump’s page shared part of the President’s interview with Fox whereby he indicated that children were immune to the Virus. Facebook and Twitter act on Trump’s misleading video The social media networks indicated that the information
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A tech sell-off on Thursday afternoon sent the markets spinning and ended a four-day winning streak. The Dow Jones was down 1.3%, the S&P 500 down 1.2%, and the Nasdaq was today’s biggest loser down 2.2%. Meanwhile, the Russell 2000 inched just a touch higher rising by 0.0042%. The Stoxx Europe 600 Index closed up
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