The first half of 2020 has concluded which means we have been living life with Covid-19 for the better part of a full quarter. After a dismal Q1, the
This quarter saw the dawn of a new decade that will only be remembered for the human and economic carnage caused by the global pandemic of Covid-19.
Monday - Dow (2,014) to 23,851, NDAQ (624) to 7,950 and the S&P (225) to 2,746. The markets waited for exactly 3 minutes before proving my
Monday - Dow +1,294 to 26,703 (single day points record), NDAQ +384 to 8,952 and the S&P 136 to 3,090. What a wild ride! Based on the belief
Monday - Dow +174 to 29,276, NDAQ +108 to 9,628 (record) and the S&P +27 to 3,352 (record). AMZN led the NDAQ to record highs along with GOOG and
Monday - Dow (453) to 28,535, NDAQ (175) to 9,139 and S&P (51) to 3,243. Concerns regarding the Coronavirus which has now claimed 81 lives and
The markets gave us quite a ride in the last year of the decade. By the end of 2018, many investors were feeling snake bitten. However, the market
There is an old adage in investing that you “Sell in May and go away”. The idea is that during the summer markets can be directionless and volatile.
Volatility has been the name of the game in the markets this month. Last week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered an 800-point drop. That was