Despite awful obstacles, the stock market has performed remarkably well. But is it setting itself up for a fall?
Stock market sentiment and valuations are high, and with bonds expensive, too, there may be few safe places to turn.
The bull market has withstood pandemic, recession, political crisis and a mob attack on Congress. But it’s not immortal.
Investors of all stripes piled into stocks this year, creating levels of froth reminiscent of the dot-com boom. Analysts say there’s room to go higher, but some worry about a bubble.
Congress finally reached a stimulus deal. Some worry it’s too little, too late.
Shares of Etsy, the online marketplace, are up 250 percent this year, a rise fueled by skyrocketing pandemic mask sales and a push by investors to run its business better.