Growth stocks have suffered the steepest declines in the recent stock market sell-off. Right now, sky-high inflation, rising interest rates, and fears of a recession have formed the perfect recipe for disaster for growth stocks. Such market downturns, however, are also the best times to buy top-notch growth stocks while they're still languishing.
NIO shares have demonstrated pretty extreme volatility over the past five years. But what does the future look like for this Chinese EV maker? The post If I’d invested £1,000 in NIO shares 5 years ago, here’s how much I’d have now! appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
This year has served as a not-so-pleasant reminder that stocks don't move up in a straight line -- even if last year made the investment community believe that's what happened. A combination of historically high inflation, an incredibly hawkish Federal Reserve, and back-to-back quarters of gross domestic product declines has sent all three major U.S. indexes plunging into a bear market. While bear markets can be scary and produce some jaw-dropping volatility, they're also known for creating once-in-a-generation buying opportunities for long-term investors.