Among publicly-listed U.S. companies, the 25 worst stocks have lost shareholders a collective $1.2 trillion since 1926.
Accounting for just 0.1% of all public U.S. stocks, these companies have created nearly a third of all shareholder wealth since 1926.
The effective federal funds rate has risen more than two percentage points in six months. How does this compare to other interest rate hikes?
Inflation rates are reaching multi-decade highs in some countries. How aggressive have central banks been with interest rate hikes?
Only 22.7% of U.S. students are required to take a personal finance course. Which states have the highest levels of personal finance education?
Worries over post-COVID demand and rising interest rates have fueled a market selloff, with pandemic stocks hit particularly hard.
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