#Coronavirus Caution According to Johns Hopkins, as of January 20, there were 278 confirmed cases of the insidious Wuhan coronavirus. Just over a week later that number his risen tenfold to over 9,800 infected persons. Financial markets have moved into the red for the year; the #DJIA is -3.7% from its mid-month all-time. Rapidly rising cases of theread more Wuhan Coronavirus Worries!
Stocks have been on one heck of a run since this bull market began in March 2009. At present, and throughout this bull market, there have been those/many actually calling for at minimum a selloff, or something far direr. When it comes to investing monies for the future, using history as a guide is aread more How Overvalued are Stocks?
“To find yourself, think for yourself.” —Socrates 2019 was the year media airways bombarded us with unrelenting negative news stories about almost everything. There were articles about the end of the world, elevated asset prices, unaffordable housing, corporate excess, federal deficits, the Mueller Report, political polarity, climate-change, trade wars, immigration gridlock, negative interest rates, theread more 2020 Boom or Kaboom!