2017-11-13 00:00:00

Few signs of bubbles and the current mix of growth and low rates may keep supporting stocks.

The stock market crash of 1987 offers instructive lessons for today’s investor. Look back with us at the stock market crash of 1987 to see what lessons it can offer today’s investor.

Oppenheimer Global Opportunities Fund invests in companies that are developing breakthrough drugs that can potentially treat cancer more effectively without debilitating side effects, make it easier for patients to manage pain, and possibly even lower the cost of treatment.

2017-08-10 00:00:00

While inflation stubbornly refuses to rise, OppenheimerFunds CIO Krishna Memani says the Fed is struggling with it's message.

2017-06-16 00:00:00

OppenheimerFunds' CIO Krishna Memani offers his outlook for the second half of 2017, including thoughts on monetary policy, international equities and emerging market credit.

George Evans, CIO Equities and Portfolio Manager at OppenheimerFunds, sees past the short-term noise in investing. He explains how the International Growth Fund has an eye for the future.

While the active vs. passive debate has raged for decades, the current bull market has many convinced that passive portfolios can declare victory. But a closer look at the limitations of passive strategies—and the market-capitalization weighting strategy most employ—reveals that the debate is far from over.

2017-11-13 10:45:16

Is the market overpriced? Is a bubble about to burst? OppenheimerFunds' team asks and answers 13 key questions about the state of the stock market.

2017-08-24 12:03:47

This secular bull market—the least loved in memory—is now more than 100 months old, and up by 265% from its bottom on March 9, 2009. Are we near the end?

The excess returns of revenue-weighted strategies over market-capitalization strategies are apparent across the large-, mid- and small-cap company universe and may serve as an appropriate core equity replacement in investors' portfolios.