How well do you know yourself? It’s an odd question to introduce an article on investing — or weather, for that matter — but knowing your own tendencies can be as important as understanding fundamentals and valuations. One piece of …
As a north Alabama meteorologist, National Weather Service forecaster Jennifer Schuller has seen it all: snow, ice, …
Sunshine affects mood and mood can shape behavior. It is then plausible to test if weather is related to economic outcomes, such as market return. The 'weather effect' is documented by some, Saunders (1993) and Hirshleifer and …
In the midst of an astonishing nationwide cold snap, it's a good time to see which stocks are poised to profit. Many investors would look to utilities and energy companies, but one of the best plays could be a leading cold-weather …
Millions of iOS device owners waiting for an iOS 6 untethered jailbreak for months finally got relieved Monday after the …
You can blame the weather for anything – maybe even for shifting the moods of stock market investors and impacting on returns. Whether the weather really does affect the markets is a question that’s been asked by a number of …
Take a step back for a moment. Think of all the market crashes you’ve experienced. Maybe you owned General Electric Company (GE) and worried about it. Here we are all those years later and GE stock is down from its all-time high a …
Ever wondered how your supermarket manages to have just the right amount of burgers available when it’s barbecue …
Investing your retirement savings in the stock market is always a bit of a gamble. But over the long term the market has a positive bias. According to the “Stock Trader's Almanac” it goes up 53.5 percent of the time. And so your IRA or 401(k) …
Investing your retirement savings in the stock market is always a bit of a gamble. But over the long term the market has a positive bias. According to the "Stock Trader's Almanac" it goes up 53.5 percent of the time. And so your IRA or 401(k) …