The most important catalyst for America’s political upheaval as well as the prime generator of wealth over the last three decades has been the inexorable rise of finance and technology and the relative decline in terms of jobs, growth and profits from manufacturing industry...
Stocks have surged this past month, with the S&P 500 returning 11% in November. Other major indices, including the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq Composite, produced similarly strong returns. These kinds of returns would make a good year in most investors’ eyes.
At Least One Uncertainty Cloud Should be Evaporating
There remains a lot going on. The pandemic, domestic and international economies struggling, zero/negative interest rates, and an unusually high number of other clouds still obscure the investing horizon. But, with election season rapidly approaching its one...
We’re in Limbo-Land … Now What?
There seems to be so much going on, and yet investors are stuck in the middle with no direction.
We’ve passed the worst (hopefully) of the pandemic, yet there isn’t a clear-cut solution in sight. The domestic economy continues grow...
Don’t Fight the Fed?
The U.S. Federal Reserve Bank, called by its colloquial name “the Fed” even on its website, made its informal but landmark policy change official last week. For the foreseeable future, the Fed will keep interest rates near zero, focusing almost on...