Throughout the last 37 weeks I've been providing musings each Monday summarizing what I'm seeing in the investment world. Some of them have been quite long and wide-ranging, others have been fairly brief. This week, there is A LOT of news we could talk about, but I kind of wonder
For the second week in a row we are greeted with some very positive COVID-19 vaccine results. Don't mistake the rest of the article as me not being extremely excited about this development. As I've said from the outset, I have full confidence in the American people, our scientists, and
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.
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