In year one of a Democratic presidency, the S&P 500 has gained on average by 19.4% dating back to 1932, per data crunched by BMO Capital Markets, as quoted on Yahoo Finance.
A Biden administration should bolster the ongoing EV and autonomous vehicle trend through substantial capital inflows and tax subsidies. And, with this, as EV giants and start-ups outperform the broader...
Direxion recently launched bull and bear leveraged cloud computing ETFs for investors so that one can place bold bets on the ups and downs of this high-potential industry.
President Trump signed legislation on Dec 27 evening that offers government spending and $900 billion in pandemic-related stimulus.
News of new virus strain in the UK will likely keep the market subdued this week and brighten the appeal for tech ETFs.
The key U.S. Index S&P 500 has added as much as 13.8% this year with the technology sector clearly beating the 10 other constituent sectors.
Let's look at a few technology ETFs that are worth adding to your portfolio as tech is expected to remain a hot space for investments amid the worsening health crisis.
Consumers shelled out about $9 billion (a new record) on the web on Black Friday, up 21.6% year over year, according to data from Adobe Analytics.
Here we highlight a few technology ETFs that are worth adding to your portfolio as tech is expected to remain a hot space for investments amid the worsening health crisis.
Though the counting process for the U.S. election outcome is still on, the prospect of a Joe Biden presidency marked by a divided Congress is rife.
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Chances of a dividend congress caused a superb rally in Wall Street the day after election.
Technology won't always be on top. There's a bunch of budding industries that could prove to be winners over the next 5 years.
October 2020 saw some solid stock market gyrations due to election uncertainty and rising virus cases.
The pandemic has forced millions of people to work and study from home, spurring demand for Apple devices.
Most of the reported third-quarter results of the big tech companies beat expectations, but shares took a beating due to underperformance in factors like non-financial metrics or guidance.
Microsoft continued to benefit from the work-from-home and learn-at-home trends amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past three months, Microsoft has gained 3.1%, underperforming the industry???s growth of 6.4%.
Apple has launched the much-anticipated set of new iPhones that come with 5G technology for the first time for faster connectivity. The new models were welcomed by Wall Street analysts.
Amazon (AMZN), Square (SQ), and Zoom Video Communications (ZM) have outperformed in 2020 and will remain top picks for growth investors in 2021. The year 2020 has been a topsy turvy one for investors...