SPDR S&P 500 ETF

NYSEARCA: SPY
$362.06
-$1.61 (-0.4%)
Closing price November 30, 2020
As, when and if ESG themes continue to gain in popularity, imagine what could happen to some of the top-ranked ESG companies. Imagine also what could happen to some of the companies that are...
24/7 Wall St. screened the top ESG ETFs to see how they differ or are similar. It turns out that these funds have severe overlaps, with Microsoft, Apple, Johnson & Johnson, Alphabet, Procter...
Individual investors are not the only ones interested in ETFs. Many hedge funds, including the world's largest, also invest in ETFs.
The markets have not yet seen how 2018 is going to turn out, but many Wall Street brokerages have issued their preliminary targets for the S&P 500 for 2019.
24/7 Wall St. has collected the 2019 S&P 500 Index outlooks and targets from many major Wall Street firms.
Gold has had a rough 2018. Despite some of the international trade worries and international suspense, the reality is that most investors are just not looking for the "ultimate safety trade."
One strategy that investors can use to be defensive without taking the extremely low return of bonds is with stocks characterized as low-volatility ones.
Credit Suisse's U.S. equity strategy team has raised its 2018 targets on the S&P 500 and earnings per share expectations.
If a report from UBS proves to be true, U.S. investors are going to be surprised to learn that the big public companies in Europe are set to outpace the growth of U.S. corporate profits in 2017 as a...
Have stocks peaked? Again, calling absolute peaks or bottoms is almost impossible. What is not impossible is to see when markets or sectors become wildly overbought or too crowded.
Many investors now do not want to take any non-market risk in specific stocks or even in specific sectors. That leads them into the S&P 500 index funds. The question that many investors will ask...
Building on a turn toward more equity investments in the second quarter of this year, the top 50 hedge funds boosted their equity positions by nearly 3% in the third quarter.
Investors often wonder what to think when the stock market hits new all-time highs. Do they sell or do they chase the market higher?
It may come as a shock, but out of the 10 largest investment banks by assets, only one of them has outperformed the S&P 500 since bear market bottom on March 6, 2009.
Billionaire investor George Soros reported Monday that his investment company has taken large positions in gold stocks, even as other big-time investors sell.