We're used to things being resolved in short order. I'd like to say that's a function of today's always-connected world where we can find pretty much anything we want on demand. A study of history and human behavior tells us its not the technology that makes us impatient, but instead
9/13/22 - Check out the short video update at the bottom of the page.
The biggest rallies almost always occur inside a bear market. It's human nature. After large drops our brains instantly begin to think things will only get worse. Losses generate twice the emotional response as
While the weather in most of the country doesn't feel like it, fall is just around the corner. Other than the northeastern part of the country, most of the country has been back in school for at least two weeks, yet Labor Day still seems to mark the "end of
"We will keep at it until we are confident the job is done......While the lower inflation readings for July are welcome, a single month’s improvement falls far short of what the Committee will need to see before we are confident that inflation is moving down.......In current circumstances,
The Federal Reserve has been going out of their way to tell the stock and bond market that they will be focusing solely on taming inflation and won't be looking to stimulate the economy unless inflation is under control. Too much money floating around the system led to too much