Stocks fluctuated in both directions but finished the week with little changed after closing a positive month and a negative quarter.  Despite late March’s recovery rally, the major averages posted the worst quarter since Q1 of 2020.  The Dow declined 4.6%, the S&P 500 lost 4.9%, and...
Precious metals royalty companies provide a more stable (and often more profitable) precious metals investment; here are three to consider. Investing in precious metals often seems to be reduced to two options.  You can either buy physical gold/silver - the more...
Even as investors weighed interest rate hikes and war in Ukraine, the major indexes were able to post a second-straight week of gains last week.  The Dow ticked up 0.3%. The S&P 500 gained 1.8%, and the Nasdaq rallied nearly 2% for the week.
Seeking out great stocks to buy is essential, but many would say it’s even more important to know which stocks to steer clear of.  A losing stock can eat away at your precious long-term returns.  So, figuring out which stocks to trim or get rid of is...
Markets surged last week while processing persisting geopolitical tension and a long-anticipated Fed rate hike.  Gains were widespread across the major averages.  The Dow rose 5.5%, the S&P 500 rose 6.2%, and the Nasdaq gained over 8%, marking last week the best week for stocks since November...