As we closed the 2nd quarter a couple of weeks ago, I wanted to see if the data we initially began tracking in our post A Tale of Two Charts revealed any new clues about investors behavior in relation to the markets as this is our first full quarter filled with pandemic implemented policies. SomeContinue reading “Q2 Google Search & Investor Trends”
Category Archives: Coronavirus
What Hamilton Can Teach Us About Investing…
Much like every household this past weekend, we gathered round to watch the much anticipated release of ‘Hamilton’. And all I will say is that it is phenomenal, and Kristin and I couldn’t stop signing along to the songs that were trapped in our head. So there is my review, for what it’s worth. IContinue reading “What Hamilton Can Teach Us About Investing…”
The Final Puzzle
As I alluded to last week, I wanted to go down the rabbit hole that is on everyone’s mind in terms of the economy: What does a recovery look like? More than likely, you have probably heard references of V, W, U, or L shaped recoveries on news programs over the past couple of months.Continue reading “The Final Puzzle”
Happy Monday! So, as I write this, the markets are in the green. Why is that? Considering things are on hold till at least April 30… Green Shoots! First on Friday evening, Abbott Laboratories announced emergency FDA approval of their COVID19 test, that can provide a positive result in 5 minutes! Abbott is able toContinue reading “The Clampdown”
A summary of the markets, relief bill details, tax changes, and green shoots!
What the Fed Just Happened?
Sunday the Federal Reserve took the extraordinary measure of cutting the federal funds rate to 0 – .25%. Along with other steps. The markets subsequently sold off as soon as the futures markets opened at 6PM E.S.T. Sunday, as they interpreted the move as a move indicative that things were worse than they were. Normally,Continue reading “What the Fed Just Happened?”