FRONT OF THE MARKET
The iPhone maker announced on Thursday that its board of directors had approved the distribution of stocks. The split will affect record holders as of Aug. 24, and Apple AAPL shares, which closed at $ 384.76 on Thursday, will be trading on an adjusted basis on Aug. 31. See the whole story.
Silver: the gold of the poor is gone?
Investors have focused on raising record gold prices, but silver rose by almost 25% in July – the second largest monthly metal gain on record – and is still undervalued compared to yellow metal. View the full story.
Osterholm: Americans will live with the coronavirus for decades
On January 20, nine days after Chinese health authorities released a DNA sequence for a new coronavirus that raised concerns in China, Dr. Michael Osterholm, an epidemiologist at the University of Minnesota, “I̵7;m sure this will cause our next pandemic. “View the full story.
Apple and Amazon dominate the economy “without mouths or noses”, but 10% of jobs may never return, says the strategist.
Sure, the technical results have been great and will continue to be during the pandemic. However, we expect bond yields to fall further, says one strategist. View the full story.
Why it can be easier to beat the S&P 500 now and what it means for your investment
Tesla would be the latest example of how inclusion in the S&P 500 will weaken the company’s stock performance, writes Mark Hulbert. View the full story.
PERSONAL FINANCE IN THE MARKET
The proposed HEALS liability label would allow consumers and employees to successfully sue COVID-19 exposure only if they can prove “gross negligence” or “intentional abuse of power”. View the full story.