2022’s Dogs of the Dow 6 Months Later

With the first half of 2022 now in the books, it is a good time to check on how investors fared in what was a miserable six months. The S&P 500 posted its largest six-month loss since 1970, dropping 20.6%. The Nasdaq index fell by 28.6%, its largest first-half loss since 2008, and the Dow Jones industrials dropped 15.3%, its […]

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Goldman Sachs Says Stay Away From These 2 Tech Stocks

Equities have continued their plunge into bear market territory, and none have been feeling it worse than tech stocks. While investors are looking for safe havens to ride out the bear market, it is equally important to avoid some industries that could be hit the hardest. Considering a potential recession is on the way (or already here), one major Wall […]

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Gold Futures Pare Early Gains, Settle Modestly Lower

Gold prices drifted lower on Monday, paring early gains, but a weak dollar and lower Treasury yields helped limit the yellow metal’s downside. Gold prices moved higher earlier in the day, after U.S. President Joe Biden said Sunday that the United States and other Group of Seven leading economies will ban imports of gold from Russia. Britain, the United States, […]

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