S&P Depository Receipts (SPY)
$332.11 2.05 (0.62%)
19:59 EDT SPY Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $332.11
Market Cap 326.89B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 42.87M
Day's Range 331.18 - 332.39
52-Week Range 218.26 - 339.08
Dividend & Yield 5.02 (1.51%)
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The Fed is stepping up its game, while Disney+ hits 50 million subscribers. Here's what else happened in the stock market today.
Small-cap stocks fell harder than their large-cap peers. But Matt McCall wants investors to take advantage of their big rebound potential.
With negative economic and corporate data likely to overwhelm the headlines in coming weeks, the SPY etf stands a good chance of embarking on another leg lower sooner rather than later.
Muddy Waters, the one who nailed Luckin Coffee, has a new short report out on a different company. Here's the stock market today.
Looking at which sectors in the S&P 500 are outperforming and the broader market right now shows us that we are in a normal contraction.
It was a complicated session in the stock market today, despite the mellow move in the indices. Oil spiked big time, as did jobless claims.
AT&T, Microsoft, the S&P 500 ETF and Peloton were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's have a look at the charts now.
The House passed the $2 trillion CARE act, and the President said he will sign it too. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
InvestorPlace's Dan Wiener and Jim Lowell are here to help you find the best fund managers for your money in this unique market opportunity.
The stimulus bill is not likely to trigger an immediate and sustainable rally, but it should help the major indices find support.
Boeing, Nike, the S&P 500 ETF and Apple were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, here's what the charts look like now.
The market is getting antsy to see that stimulus bill pushed through. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
Keep an eye on the VIX and be ready to move when the markets begin to pull out of their dive in earnest. And until then, you can step in a bit at a time.
Equities ripped higher, as the S&P 500 garnered big gains in the stock market today. That's as corporate America comes to the rescue.
Use the volatility in the market to buy forever stocks -- stocks you can buy and hold forever that represent world-class businesses.
Looking at history, we know that a bear market won't last forever. Look for prices to move higher this spring and get ready to profit.
Market panics are the best time to buy stocks for long-term investors. Here are some of the best index funds to consider.
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