For 10 years conditions have been "just right" for stock markets. Goldilocks reigned supreme. Now the bears are back.
The US mid-terms have resulted in a gridlock with a red Senate and a blue Congress. That's great news for investors.
After five or so years of eerie calm, stock markets have kicked off. Should investors sell or stay put?
After October's stock market correction, investors are pondering whether to sell, shift into defensive stocks, or do nothing.
When the market plunged last week analysts had their excuses ready. The truth is nobody understands stock market movements.
Brexit uncertainty is pushing down UK stocks. Rather than shunning the UK markets, this could be a good time to buy.
October has a bad reputation in the stock markets. Is the tenth month's infamy deserved or is it feared for no reason?
There are more old rich people than before. They’re all chasing yield. And they’re pushing yields down and stock and bond prices up.
Stock prices are going up in part because companies limit the supply through buybacks. It's a "sugar high" that's bound to end.
Now that fears are spreading about a 'no deal' Brexit scenario, should you dump your UK shares and shift out of pounds?