S&P 500 quarterly buybacks are on their toward $200 billion and are now 11% behind from their all-time high of $$23 billion set in Q4 2018.
Wall Street has been on a negative mood. But the holiday season is peeking in. Moreover, fourth-quarter is the best for Wall Street. So, investors can buy the dip with these top-ranked ETFs.
The virtual reality (VR) industry is expected to perform pretty well in the upcoming months due to the increasing prevalence of hybrid working and consistent technological advancements. So, investors looking...
Disney's impressive third-quarter fiscal 2021 earnings results might be a positive for the ETFs, especially those that have the largest allocation to this media and entertainment conglomerate.
With support from the search, advertising, cloud and YouTube businesses, Google (GOOGL) has posted better-than-expected Q2 earnings results amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook (FB) delivered robust second-quarter 2021 results wherein it beat both earnings and revenue estimates, However, its shares dropped.
Communication Services ETFs usually do not get investors' attention
Big tech stocks are likely to remain immune to inflation due to their different kind of business model.
The long-awaited Marvel movie - Black Widow - made a blockbuster debut in the pandemic era, capturing a massive $80 million in domestic theaters in its first weekend.