As companies around the world drastically cut dividends, we look back at 149 years of data.
Should you stick, sell or buy after a crash? We look to 148 years of stock market history for potential answers.
148 years of data show short-term punts on the stock market are very risky. Long term investments, not so much.
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Stock markets have tumbled in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak. Analysis shows how the biggest one-day falls in the past have been followed by substantial returns.
“Buy low, sell high” – that’s every investor’s goal. However, it’s easier said than done. Especially if you’re trying to time the market, which is notoriously difficult, if not impossible.
Over the past three decades there have been plenty of shocks to dissuade people from investing. Our data shows what happened after each event.
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