That’s quite a year so far, with some of the most extreme ups and downs in market history. It’s enough to make you want to hide under the covers and not come out. Fear and dread after that list of events is entirely natural.
These days there is no shortage of news and commentary about the Covid-19 pandemic and what it means. If you are like me, it can get to be a bit much sometimes. But, with unemployment around 14.7 percent and business profits disrupted by changes in spending patterns, it’s clear that this disease is a factor you have to consider when evaluating your financial plans.
Afraid you’ve missed out on the ‘sale’ stocks? This article will help you decide your next investment move.
Do you know how much money you should have in case you lose your job? In this blog post I cover the answer and help you understand why pulling your money out in times of uncertainty is a strategy that will hurt you in the long run.
As I write this, the U.S. stock market is continuing the crazy swings we’ve been enduring during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the market has continued sideways in May, we have just ended a historic market period. We had one of the worst months in market history in March. The U.S. stock market, as measured by …
On April 29, the Bureau of Economic Analysis released an advance estimate of U.S. economic growth in the first quarter of 2020. The estimate showed a decline of 4.8 percent for the quarter. Remember that this analysis is based on incomplete data and will be revised over time as more information is confirmed. And remember …