The NYSE and Nasdaq are the world's two biggest stock exchanges, combining for $32 trillion in market cap - but they also have some significant differences.
This infographic helps to explain the basics around what a stock market index is, and what it does.
Here's how 'circuit breakers' in the stock market work, and how these pauses are supposed to prevent the next market crash from happening.
While they all have high expectations for economic growth, the risks facing emerging markets are very different. This visualization breaks it all down.
The events leading to the downfall of Home Capital, which is Canada's largest alternative mortgage lender - and what it could mean for global investors.
Many professional stock traders use technical indicators to help them with trade timing or to alert them of new trends. Here's what they are all about.
Technology already enables the stock market to be faster and more complex. But what if the actual plumbing behind the market was altered using the blockchain?
The largest stock exchanges by market capitalization, years in existence, and number of companies listed. See how other exchanges compare to the mighty NYSE.
Do investors see an accurate depiction of market data in Canada? The answer is surprising.
A look at the potential risks and added costs of short selling, but also an explanation where the practice may make sense for some investors.