With powerful computers always in our hands, and any and all information sources available on any of the screens at our disposal, it's easy to overreact to every piece of information. Whether it is politics, the weather, the latest violence in your region, the economy, or the stock market, we
I've been receiving a lot of questions lately about the current economy. I answered some of the big questions in the latest SEM University:
- When will we get back to "normal"?
- What about inflation?
- What in the world is infrastructure?
- Do politicians really impact the economy?
- What does
The US Government is out of money. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has said she is using "extreme, emergency measures" to move money between accounts in order to cover US obligations. She expects these methods to be exhausted around October 18. At that point the US would no longer be able
It's a short week for the markets with both stock and bond markets closed on Friday ahead of Independence Day on Saturday. With so much uncertainty our brains are struggling to decide whether to focus on the positives or the negatives. It's human nature. The more uncertain the environment the
This week our nation mourned the loss of George H.W. Bush. While he certainly had his faults as all humans do, the countless stories about his amazing life made it clear — he was respected from both sides of the political spectrum. Part of this was because he respected