For much of the past year, we’ve seen long-term interest rates go down and Covid-19 numbers go up. That trend reversed itself dramatically in February, with coronavirus infection rates continuing to decline from their January peak, and interest rates finally topping their pre-pandemic high. The first trend is obviously great…Read More
Though the challenging year of 2020 finally ended, the first month of the New Year was no big improvement. As expected, coronavirus case numbers continued to rise, and the long-awaited vaccine rollout was fraught with problems. Meanwhile, new strains of the Covid-19 virus emerged and—even as a new presidential administration…Read More
By the time you read this, we probably still won’t know for sure who the president will be for the next four years—and we may not know until Thanksgiving or Christmas. What will the answer mean for the financial markets? No one knows right now. However, history tells us that…Read More
In last month’s newsletter, I noted that July could be a pivotal month for the coronavirus crisis and the economy, and it was. Two big questions were answered: will spiking Covid-19 cases slow the economic reopening, and can the financial markets remain stable despite that slowdown when faced with hard…Read More
July could be a pivotal month in the coronavirus crisis for many reasons. With the infection rate spiking in several states as June ended, we’ll find out whether these outbreaks can be contained without a major setback to reopening efforts nationwide. By mid-August, we should also see the release of…Read More
In this month’s newsletter, I’d like to share some important things to keep in mindas the economy progressively reopens in the weeks ahead—or attempts to. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, I’ve been sharing information to keep you updated on the financial markets and the status of your investments. In this…Read More
Recently I pointed out that the current blow-off top rally happening on Wall Street is a good illustration of why the bond market is said to be smarter than the stock market. The stock market—which is driven mainly by emotion and animal spirits—has continued to soar since late October despite…Read More
2020 Market Forecast: Blow-Off Top Could Last All Year Before Reality Hits! In last month’s newsletter, I noted that the stock market rally that began in November and continued through the end of the year had all the earmarks of a classic blow-off top, which is a period of fairly…Read More
Embracing responsibility as financial decision-makers Women today, whether single, married, widowed, or divorced seek ways to empower themselves and each other. This is especially true for finances and retirement planning. Women are taking ownership of money matters, asking tough questions, and making the choices that are best for their situations.…Read More
As we approach the 10th anniversary of the Financial Meltdown of 2008, we cannot help but realize that we might be in a similar juncture in the story of the US economy. It literally feels like déjà vu, as if it is picking up where it left off. If history is any indication…Read More
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