Two consecutive weeks, the first never reached 80, while the second bottomed at 81.
Time spent watching Red Skelton, the Honeymooners, and even Churchill’s funeral with Grandpa Roy planted lasting memories of a black and white world…
When the volatility returned in February, it erased the market’s 5.62% January gain. Rarely does a year that begins with a positive return for the month of January end the year losing ground.
The Dotcom Bubble burst in early 2000, killing the last secular bull market. Since then, we have had two major bear markets, one driven by economics and the other by financial panic.
To accomplish any goal in life, especially financial goals, there needs to be some concentrated effort to get started, moving in the right direction.