Adam Shell, USA TODAY

Adam Shell

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Recent articles by Adam:

Bear market for oil sector drills energy stocks

94% of the stocks in the energy sector, are in the red in 2017. The sector, which is down 15% this year, is the worst-performing in the S&P 500. → Read More

China opens door to more foreign stock investors

American investors will be able to get exposure to domestic Chinese stocks after an index provider added more than 200 of them to a key emerging markets index. → Read More

Oil prices hit the skids, slips back into bear territory

After climbing to a recent peak of $54.45 per barrel Feb. 23, the price of U.S.-produced crude has tumbled more than 20% to $43.23. → Read More

Tech wreck gives life to bull market's forgotten stocks

Tech wreck has silver lining for bull market; it's boosted fortunes of forgotten stocks like banks → Read More

Did home sales pace pick up in May?

It's the height of the summer home-selling season. Wall Street will be watching to see if the April slump in home sales was just a blip when May numbers get released next week. → Read More

What Fed hikes mean for dividend stocks

Stocks in the S&P 500 that pay out a cash dividend and also increase the payout regularly, do best. → Read More

Amazon's $13.7 billion deal for Whole Foods crushes stocks of supermarkets

The purchase by the online retail giant ramps up competitive pressure on the grocery industry → Read More

Amazon's $13.7 billion deal for Whole Foods crushes stocks of supermarkets

The purchase by the online retail giant ramps up competitive pressure on the grocery industry → Read More

Fed interest rate hike likely, but what comes next?

Market speculators are asking about the possibility of a third interest rate hike in 2017. They also wonder if the Fed will upgrade its inflation forecast. → Read More

Tech stocks, coming off records highs, tumble for a second day

Stocks like Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google parent Alphabet fell sharply. Is tech's big run over? → Read More

As stocks hit records, Wall Street ponders next 10% dive

It's been 15 months since stocks suffered a 10% drop, or price 'correction.' → Read More

James Comey speaks, and Wall Street says ho-hum

Fears of the market getting sideswiped by James Comey’s words didn’t materialize. → Read More

How much for a sandwich? Try $90,000 in lost savings

Seemingly inexpensive, everyday indulgences can add up to a big hit to your net worth without you even knowing it. → Read More

How much for a sandwich? Try $90,000 in lost savings

Do a spending audit. Then skip lunch and use that money to invest, earning tens of thousands of dollars in extra savings. → Read More

TIAA joins list of robo-advisers as Wall Street takes aim at Millennials

The newest entry to the robo-advisory service is TIAA. Part of the allure for firms is to appeal to Millennials, now the nation's largest generation. → Read More

What shrinking stock market means for your money

Fewer newly minted companies mean a smaller number of stocks to buy. That makes it tougher to spot and invest in the next Amazon. → Read More

Dow: What's next for stocks after May gain?

The Dow Jones industrial average bucked the trend of weak May performances. Traders now look ahead to a jobs report, a Fed rate decision and the final month of the second quarter. → Read More

Will stocks celebrate a summer of love, or heartbreak?

Stocks haven't been steady in recent summers. Investors debate whether they could swoon or keep surging this year. → Read More

Amazon and Alphabet could join '$1,000 Stock Club' but is that a sign of trouble?

The online retail giant and search engine powerhouse join an elite club. Should markets worry? → Read More

Amazon and Alphabet could join '$1,000 Stock Club' but is that a sign of trouble?

The online-retail and search-engine giants are close to joining an elite club. Should investors worry? → Read More