We all know simply changing the calendar doesn't change the environment, but after enduring all the terrible things we faced in 2020, most of us were hoping 2021 would be nothing but good news. That hope was shattered on the 6th day of the year last week. I think we've
Tag: Economic Data
As we enter the final month of 2020 many investors will be making plans for 2021. I could write several thousand words listing all the things we should be considering. Instead, I thought we'd use my favorite tool – a 2-column list to look at the current market environment.
While most of the country has been back in school for a few weeks, here in Virginia it's the first day of school. While we've had much more time to prepare than the disaster we had during the final quarter last year where I'm pretty sure few kids learned anything
20 weeks ago, Congress came together and passed a wide-ranging, 800+ page, $2.2 Trillion legislation called the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act.
15 weeks ago, the House passed the 1800+ page, $3 Trillion HEROS (Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solution) Act. The Senate did not
Each week is different, but yet every week seems the same. We get some good news on the economy, some really bad numbers, some good earnings reports, some bad earnings reports, some sort of news item from the Fed, talk of more stimulus, delays of those talks, and of course