Dow Drops 700 Points As Amazon Tumbles, Fears Of Trade War RiseThe Dow dropped more than 700 points on Monday, and the Nasdaq plunged 3%. The S&P 500 hit its low for the year.
Dow Jones Drops More Than 1,000 PointsThe Dow has entered a correction, down 10% from its record high just two weeks ago.
As Price Fluctuates Wildly, Millennials Say They'd Invest In Bitcoin Over StocksAccording to recent studies, the Great Recession of 2008 has made a large portion of millennials so fearful of investing in the stock market that young adults say they'd rather take their chances in the volatile world of cryptocurrency.
'Long Overdue' Stock Market Pullback Wipes Out GainsThe long, smooth, record-setting ride on Wall Street is over. The stock market pullback that experts had been saying was long overdue has finally come.
Dow Falls More Than 1,000+ Points; Largest One-Day Drop In Market HistoryThe markets plunged Monday, with the Dow falling nearly 1,600 points in the largest intraday point decline ever.
Stock Markets Hit Record HighsThe Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at a record high of 26,252.12 on Wednesday and continued to climb Thursday morning.
Dow Jones Breaks 20,000 For First TimeThe Dow Jones Industrial Average just broke 20,000 for the first time.
Good Question: Why Are The Markets So Volatile?The way the markets work these days, it’s enough to force a lot of us out. In reality, we may not really be in the game.
Mindful Market Mavens Learn About Stocks As They InvestThe Mindful Market Mavens are an informal investment group. They aren’t stockbrokers or portfolio managers, but simply a group of women wanting to learn about the stock market.
Retirees Concerned About Dow DropThe DOW tumbled 519 points on Wall Street on Wednesday. It's lost more than 2,000 points in less than three weeks. Both the NASDAQ and the S&P were also down sharply.
Volatility Index Is Fear Factor Driving Stock MarketThe stock market has been swinging low and high all week. The volatility index is often called the fear factor in the stock market.
Reacting Globally, Ignoring LocallyHowever, while our experiences are basically local, national events that may not directly impact us, seem to affect our mood much faster, and to a much greater degree.