Last week as we crossed the 200,000 death total in the US we crossed the 6 month anniversary of "15 days to slow the spread" of the Coronavirus. From the outset I have cautioned us from using Hindsight Bias to question decisions made at the time. We've certainly learned
Tag: Social Cycle
It’s hard to believe it’s been 19 years since the terrorist attacks on our country. Today we take a break from the market and economic discussions to reflect on today’s somber anniversary.
Have we forgotten what happened 19 years ago?
(This post was originally published September 10,
Summer officially began over the weekend, meaning we spent the entire spring season in the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic. I don't know about you, but I'm drained. I'm tired of hearing confident predictions of the outcome when nobody has any idea how this is going to play out. We've
The craziness of 2020 continues as we start the 14th week since our country completely changed. We now continue to work through the consequences of the decisions made not just 14 weeks ago, but 18-22 weeks ago when the Coronavirus first hit our shores. As part of our Behavioral Approach
Do you ever wonder what the history books will say about 2020? How much space will really be dedicated to the last few months? I often think about that as I study history. Think of how relatively little space was dedicated to the Civil War or World War I back