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These Investor Favorites Are Already Adapting – and Seeing Stock Gains – As The Country Reopens

These Investor Favorites Are Already Adapting – and Seeing Stock Gains – As The Country Reopens

As the U.S.—and the world for that matter—begins the reopening process, every business is trying to figure out what the new way of doing business looks like. We already know what the white collar version of post-pandemic business has become. It’s Zoom (ZM) meetings, Docusign (DOCU) virtual document management, and Activision (ATVI)[gaming in between meetings […]

The World’s First Trillionaire?

The World’s First Trillionaire?

Jeff Bezos could become the founding member of the “Four Comma Club” Recently, one of my favorite financial writers, Barbara Kollmeyer of MarketWatch, wondered if Jeff Bezos could become the world’s first trillionaire. It’s not so outlandish a thought. The CEO of Amazon is already one-seventh of the way there. To grow your fortune by […]

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Do You Need a Financial Advisor in Times Like These?

Investors are understandably worried! Quality bonds and Certificates of Deposit are paying almost negative interest rates. Bonds defaults are rising. The stock market and economy are shaky. The Fed is printing money faster than the world has ever seen. We have Great Depression levels of unemployment. What else could possibly go wrong? Pundit Bill Bonner predicts: […]

Where to Put Your Savings When Rates Go Negative

Where to Put Your Savings When Rates Go Negative

In our recent article, “What The Heck Is Going On?”, our guru friend Chuck Butler remarked: “There’s no harm in holding cash, as long as your bank isn’t charging you to do so, which is probably coming down the road, so be prepared!” Chuck’s remark did not go unnoticed. Subscriber Rikk M. asked, “IF we go […]

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Tuesday July 29, 2008. Stocks rose Tuesday, rebounding a day after their steep tumble as a jump in consumer confidence offset some of the market's increasing concerns about the financial sector.  (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

The More I Learn The Madder I Get!

I’m red in the face, eye-popping, blood pressure peaking mad! Our country is in a heck of a mess, for the wrong damn reasons! Sadly, some reporters smirked while reporting the Dow capped off the worst first quarter on record, the updated Coronavirus death toll, projections for thousands more and record unemployment claims. The politicization […]