After a Jekyll and Hyde September, it's tough to predict what will happen in the market next month. Here are five historical trends to help you navigate the choppy… Read more
September is historically the worst performing month of the year. According to the Stock Trader’s Almanac, the average September return since 1950 is -0.8% for the Dow and… Read more
There are two established predictive markets where speculators can directly bet on the outcome of the 2012 election. Right now, they both say the same thing.
August is generally one of the worst months for stocks. But election years are different — especially for tech stocks.
There hasn’t been much excitement on the financial markets today. And considering the date, that’s nothing new.
Here's what you need to know as an investor as the presidential election approaches.