Small-cap stocks have been staging a decent performance in recent times. These small-cap sector ETFs put up good numbers in the ongoing fourth-quarter earnings reporting season.
Thanks to the historical trend of "January Effect," small-cap securities have proven their outperformance in January.
Crude oil recorded its largest weekly price jump since last October.
Buffett's company owns a specialty investment firm known as New England Asset Management, which bets big on these five stocks.
We have highlighted five ETFs from different zones of the market that are currently undervalued and could generate solid returns in a rising stock market.
Global X SuperDividend ETF, Invesco S&P SmallCap Energy ETF, Invesco KBW High Dividend Yield Financial ETF, The Global X Cloud Computing ETF and U.S. Global Jets ETF are included in this Analyst Blog.
S&P 500 component Devon Energy is among the market’s best performers, but smaller companies like Denbury and SM Energy are also living up to the sector's name.
Low-priced stocks could be attractive as these will enable them to buy more shares instead of just a handful of higher-priced shares for the same amount.
Risk-tolerant long-term investors may want to consider this recent slump a buying opportunity, should they have the patience for extreme volatility.
The energy sector, which was the outperformer for most of the year, lost all its shine in recent months on a drop in oil prices due to recession fears. Will this pain continue?