Winners→ We live in a new world, an era, where the abnormal is the new normal, and where the unknown is the known. In 2021, as in all periods, there are winners and losers. Hogs, i.e., the cost of pork (not in political parlance) has increased 50%. Other year-to-date standout sectors → energy, industrials, financials,read more Abnormal is the New Normal
When it comes to allocating investible assets – particularly larger sums of capital – the “where” can be more important than the “why.” I surmise, people who generally earn incomes above the national average may attribute their higher earning capacity as multifactorial by way of → attained skills → acquired knowledge → time allotted →read more MegaTrends
As a professional money manager, I’ve observed over the course of 36 years the imperative of putting money to work and making sound investments. Investing one’s earnings for long-term capital appreciation and increasing income has been a tried-and-true pathway towards achieving and sustaining financial well-being. So, how can a person or family that is doingread more Today’s Tip → Are You Driving Less?
Worst of Times During the Great Financial Crisis, 8.5 million workers lost their jobs. The U.S. unemployment rate rose from 4.7% in late 2007, to 10% in October 2009. In comparison, the 2020 Great Lockdown forced 17.9 million people to lose their employment, in a matter of a few months, swelling the unemployment rate inread more California Cruising
Prudent investors allocate their holdings, expecting the unexpected. The pandemic tsunami left in its wake uncertainty, foreboding, and casualty. An emergency response was imminent. Medical science, global governments, central banks, Corporate America, first responders, private enterprise, and a cast of unspoken heroes have coalesced at breakneck speed to arrest and abort the infamous coronavirusread more 2021 → Let’s Get to It