The bond market is calling for a recession, leaving investors scrambling to figure out what to buy and sell. If history is any guide, there's a pattern in the stock market to follow.
Apple stock is typically under pressure the day of its closely watched media events, and Monday was no exception.
The Cboe Volatility Index, or the VIX, hit its lowest level since October on Tuesday, but periods of calm like this don't last for long.
Since 1980, there have been only five other occurrences in which the S&P 500 gained between 5% and 10% in January. This tended to be a positive sign for the remainder of the year.
Three months out after a jobs beat exceeding 100k, the market is higher, on average, with industrial and bank shares doing well.
While Fed Chairman Jerome Powell made it clear that policymakers are in pause mode for the time being, there's no telling how long that could last.
Tech stocks are the biggest losers when the S&P 500 drops more than 10 percent over 6 months, according to data from Kensho.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500, Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000 indexes all surge between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve, according to data from Kensho.
The companies in the Kensho Space Index design and build rockets, satellites, launch vehicles and their systems.
These companies make everything from small components to large drones for recreational and commercial uses.
Companies in KBOTS develop robots for a variety of uses or part of a supply chain providing specialized products.
Cybersecurity is a principal component of the business strategies of all the companies in this index.
The companies in KBORG are developing parts and products for smartwatches, fitness trackers, wearable cameras and more.
3-D printing is an important tool for quick prototyping and generating cost-effective, large-scale production.
Companies in the Kensho Vehicles Index are leading the way forward in autonomous transportation.
Companies in the Kensho Smart Buildings Index are focused on building the systems that run smart homes.
Companies with nanoscale processes and those that build materials or machines capable of nanoscale are listed on KNANO.
KVR includes companies using technology to layer extra visual or sound content over real-world environments.
Genetic engineering promises breakthrough medical therapies, plus more nutritious and resilient crops and livestock.
Companies extracting power from the sun, wind, water and Earth efficiently enough to compete with fossil fuels.
This index includes companies that own and operate clean energy generating assets.
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