U.S. stocks are turbulent again after a decade of calm. After the 2020 bear market ended an 11-year bull market, volatility increased.

In the decade before the 2007 Great Recession, property prices and housing loans grew.

If you weren't investing in tech stocks in the late 1990s, your friends laughed at you.

On Oct. 19, 1987, markets fell 25% in one day. Black Monday was when the Dow Jones industrial average fell 22.61 percent.

1972 was a good year for the Dow Jones. It gained 15% over the course of the year.

The bear market during John F. Kennedy’s presidency wasn't long, but it was grueling.

Franklin D. Roosevelt tightened fiscal and monetary policies in an economy still recovering from the Great Depression.

Warren Buffett made his wealth as a value investor buying depressed large-cap U.S. companies and reaping tremendous returns.