The markets are jumpy and a broadly positive backdrop is being tested by the Q3 earnings season.
Driving the bearishness over the global economy was primarily the ongoing trade war between the US and China.
Investors seeking to navigate a safe passage through the trade war with China should look to US history for lessons.
Investors are witnessing the repercussions of quantitative easing being whipped away from the stock market party. What’s likely to happen next in markets?
Investors periodically get excited about Japan changing and buy the stock market, only to give up a year or two later, disappointed at the pace of reform.
What are the familiar and less obvious ways for investors to make money from demographic change?
After last week's sell-off, here are three reasons to be bullish and three to be bearish.
What can investors do to safeguard their investments in the face of a market correction? Simon Edelsten shares eight strategies.
Markets around the world saw major sell-offs this week. Is this the start of a bear market or another false start?