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The duration and intensity of every bull market from WWII - plus, a look at the current run, which will become the longest in modern history...
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Dividend investing may not sound sexy, but it does generate predictable and powerful returns over time. Here's everything you should know about dividends.
The argument for adding more women in leadership roles is a simple one: there's a growing body of research that shows gender diversity increases profits.
This infographic breaks down the basics behind exchange-traded funds (ETFs), including how they work, what they can track, and their investing pros/cons.
At its speculative height, the Dutch East India Company was worth $7.9 trillion in today's terms - more than 20 of the world's biggest companies combined.
What would happen if you had invested $1,000 in Apple, Starbucks, Walmart, Coca-Cola, or other household names right before the market crash?
How have the most valuable companies in the U.S. changed over the last century? Today's graphic shows the evolution from U.S. Steel to Apple.
Only 15 companies hold more than $1 trillion in assets under management (AUM) - and the vast majority of them are based in the U.S.