An investor who fell asleep as she was leaving that Maryland driveway on February 24 and who happened to wake up today in Wilmington, would look around incredulously. She would have missed the rain.
You wouldn't expect historic market highs to occur in an economic pandemic which was the most impactful since the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, and possibly since the Black Death pandemic in the Middle Ages. But here we are.
One of our webinar attendees reached out to share news of a recently developed COVID Symptom Tracker app aimed at rapidly collecting information to aid in the response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Westover's Murray Sawyer returns to a music theme, but this time to What's Going On?, a record and studio album of the same name. It was released in 1971 by Motown and recorded and written by singer-songwriter Marvin Gaye, and it's an apt metaphor for the polarization and intractability we still see today.
Here's the reality we all know. Things will get worse before they get better as COVID-19 continues its virulent attack on our health, welfare, and productivity. But here is something else we all know - COVID-19 will end. You will outlive COVID-19, and so will your portfolio.
We've all heard that saying, and there is no better time than now to turn those lemons into lemonade. I think we would all agree that the stock market has soured recently, but there is a silver lining: the Roth IRA conversion just got less costly for IRA investors.
This is no fun for anyone. It's so bad, I just might take up golf again. Making double and triple bogeys and three-putting every other hole would be less painful for me than watching the stock ticker's crawl.
This year the Tar Heels finished dead last in the ACC with a 14-19 record. They ended their season with a blowout loss, 81-53, in the ACC Tournament. Their performance was a metaphor for the stock market nosedive on March 12th.
It’s much more of a challenge to keep your emotions in check when we are in the middle of a market correction as we are now. As the great American philosopher, Mike Tyson, once said, “everyone has a plan ‘till they get punched in the mouth.”