The market's been flat this year, but some stocks have gotten crushed. Here are some of the stocks that have lost at least half of their value in 2015.
Now that the dust has settled, let's take a look at what the still ultra low interest rate environment could mean for stock investors.
Plummeting stock prices have taken a toll on U.S. consumer confidence, though there are signs the setback may be temporary, a survey finds.
This has been a rough month - and a rough year - for the stock market. But here are a few of the stocks that have more than doubled in 2015 as of Aug. 25.
A well-diversified portfolio can better withstand the whims of the stock market. Use these strategies to avoid significant losses to your retirement plan.
Not every mutual fund is built the same. Here are a few that nervous investors, convinced that a Wall Street correction is on its way, may want to consider.
The more investors looking for great investing ideas and exciting, underpriced stocks, the harder it is to find anything that hasn't already discovered.
Seven years after the financial crisis investors still haven't returned to levels of stock ownership seen before the crash - or even immediately thereafter.
It's taken 15 years, but the Nasdaq composite has finally erased all of the ground lost when the dot-com bubble burst in 2000.
As goes January in the market, so goes the year. That's the essence of the Stock Trader's Almanac's January Barometer, and it doesn't bode well for 2015.
The ongoing slump in the price of oil is starting to become a headache for Wall Street, prompting a big sell-off across the entire stock market.
Plenty of stocks go up and down in any given week. Here are some of last week's best and worst performers on Wall Street.
It was the ninth positive week in the past 10 for the Dow and S&P.
The Nasdaq ended in slightly negative territory, pressured by a drop in biotech stocks caused by an change by Express Scripts.