GrandpaLand is a swing, trampoline, hammock, and a teetertotter in the shaded corner of our back yard. On Thursdays, the “littles,” as we call the grandkids under seven, spend the day with Grandma, while their respective parents get some work done. GrandpaLand...
Two consecutive weeks, the first never reached 80, while the second bottomed at 81.
Did you ever see a black swan? Probably not, but they do exist, discovered in 1697 by the Dutch explorer Willem de Vlaminghin in Western Australia.
You’re getting your wish, to jump from an airplane. It’s an early birthday present. Everyone is here for a picnic while you, oh and Ken paid the extra fee for you to go accelerated free fall!
Ralph Bender here, with Enduring Wealth Advisors, announcing a quarantine-special opportunity!
The enemy at home is more threatening than the enemy abroad. September 11th drove that point for most of us. Coronavirus is doing it again. When it was in China, it wasn’t our problem.
There’s a panic-driven selloff, which doesn’t make much sense when looking at the fundamentals. Wall Street speculators lose tons of money…
Two related factors threaten the continued economic expansion: global trade uncertainty and business capital expenditures.
You may have heard “the stock market is like a roller coaster.” We hear it all the time, but the problem is, it’s a terrible analogy…
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.