Over the last five years, the Indian stock market has been one of the world’s best performers—a run that’s been fueled by India’s rapid economic growth over the same period.
India’s Stock Market Has Outperformed U.S. and China in the Last 5 Years. Here’s What You Need to Know.
Winter may have arrived early in the cryptocurrency sector (aka crypto winter), but the summer trade in so-called “meme stocks” remains hot. In the wake of Q2 earnings season, some of the best-known meme stocks—including AMC Entertainment (AMC) and Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY)—have spiked dramatically. This month alone, AMC is up over 60%, while shares in BBBY are … Continued
Stock market bottoms aren’t easy to identify, but investors and traders can use metrics like the golden cross, the relative strength indicator (RSI) and the breadth thrust indicator to assess whether a bullish reversal may be developing.
The small island of Taiwan has become a geopolitical flash point due to its key role in the global microchip industry, which is a big reason that U.S. lawmakers were recently compelled to support the American CHIPS and Science Act.
Prediction markets currently expect Republicans to regain control of the House of Representatives this November, while the race for the Senate is now leaning in favor of Democratic control. Here is what that means for active traders.
Single-stock ETFs were first created in the summer of 2022, so leveraged and inverse trading is now available on a limited number of single stocks, much as seen in the leveraged and inverse niche of the existing ETF market.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the U.S.-China trade war have shaken up the global economic order, with countries such as Bangladesh, India and Vietnam now representing the world’s fastest-growing economies. During the last several decades, China has dominated the conversation when it comes to global economic growth. Back in 1985, China possessed the ninth-largest economy in … Continued
The Put/Call Ratio provides important insight into market sentiment. Here’s how to make the most of it.
After a dismal Q2 earnings report, shares in Snap (SNAP) cratered by nearly 40%, which stoked fears that a potential recession in the United States could be more intense than expected.
“Expected Move” refers to the market’s expectation for future movement in a given underlying, and this metric can be a helpful tool to lean on during earnings season.