Newly public companies, as a group, tend to outperform the broader market over the first 15 years or so of trading.
As someone who follows the markets with great intensity, and has since the 1980s, when the mainstream indexes get overshadowed every day by the level of excitement and attention being paid to the most speculative ends of the market, it calls for an assessment. And, some history.
Trump’s Sunday speech marks his first public appearance since leaving office nearly six weeks ago.
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More potential bad news for student loans.
Are your state officials using other people’s money to play politics?