This morning we woke up to some encouraging news on a Coronavirus vaccine. 35 weeks after the US began to panic, it seems investors/speculators are banking on a huge economic comeback. We'll leave the speculation to them and stick to the data.
Tag: Chart of the Week
Where you personally sit often determines your assessment of a situation. That is certainly the case with the economy.
A lot of focus has been put on the 2020 election – for good reason. The economy is often the top issue for most voters. Over the past 20 years we've seen
This has been the longest election season in recorded history. Andrew Yang was the first Democrat to declare his candidacy from the Democratic side on November 6, 2017 (Donald Trump filed his paperwork for re-election on January 20, 2017, the day of his inauguration). The vast majority of candidates filed
As Joe Biden's poll numbers continue to increase, the chatter on Wall Street seems to be this is a good thing for the economy and the markets. I don't know if they are trying to do what they always do – providing justification to own stocks regardless of what is happening
The first week of October was exhausting. We saw so many market moving headlines crossing throughout the day it was hard to see a common theme. After having some quiet time to replay the past 7 days and look at some key data points and Wall Street research reports, we