A Guide to Stock Market Sell-Offs

A Guide to Stock Market Sell-Offs

This year, we have seen several days where stocks “sell off.” The losses in value are tough for most long-term, buy-and-hold investors to stomach. However, they are an entirely natural and necessary byproduct of a properly functioning marketplace. It all goes back to...

It’s Expensive So Let’s Buy More!

by Robert Katch Can a stock market rally built more on Price Earnings (PE) ratio expansion and low bond yields, rather than on earnings growth, be sustained? This question highlights a precarious state of affairs and helps to explain the market’s recent ups and downs....

How Will Rising Interest Rates Affect Me?

by Steve Scott If you’ve heard the Fed is raising interest rates but aren’t exactly sure how this may affect your investments, you’re not alone. The last substantial rate hikes were in 2006 and, as a result, investors are accustomed to artificially low interest rates....