Stocks have continued to react negatively to the Federal Reserve’s December 19 policy meeting and a variety of concerns.
2018 is ending with concern and confusion among investors as various worries create fluctuations across global investment markets.
The S&P 500 Index's 50-day moving average moved below the 200-day moving average, an indicator many market participants use as a sign that an uptrend in equities has shifted to a downtrend.
The economy still appears solid, and we believe this is not the end of the economic cycle or bull market.
The sell-off that started in October has resumed recently after a brief respite in November.
Learn how your financial goals could be impacted by a changing market landscape.
We see the economy as being a long way from recession, but markets are repricing a number of key items.
Wells Fargo Investment Institute believes investors need to put this October's market correction in the proper perspective.
The economy's transition has led to an uptick in uncertainty and volatility.
The recent stock market correction can be broken down into just a couple of basic concepts.
Wells Fargo Investment Institute strategists hosted a conference call on October 11 to provide an update and guidance on market volatility.
The recent volatility is the result of well-known concerns finally catching up to affect the markets’ psyche—and may not be over.
Why staying the course may be prudent in the long run.
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