Bill Hastie |

The global COVID pandemic was a “black swan event” – an unpredictable event that is beyond what is normally expected of a situation and has potentially severe

Bill Hastie |

What a year for stock investors in 2020!  The year began with a solid performing early January, but by the end of the month, we began to hear the word,

Bill Hastie |

We hope everyone had a wonderful, safe and healthy holiday season.

This week will mark our last blog post for 2020 and will be another holiday-shortened week

Bill Hastie |

The global equity markets begin the holiday-shortened trading week sharply to the downside – U.S. equity bond markets close early Thursday for Christmas-eve and

Bill Hastie |

U.S. equity prices were mixed Friday, leaving all three major indices with modest losses for the week and breaking multi-week winning streaks for each.  The Dow

Ryan Hastie, PT, DPT, CSCS |

At some point in their lives most adults in the US will experience a bout of low back pain. Without addressing the root cause these symptoms can become chronic

Melissa Martin, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Certified Pilates Instructor |

I am about to trigger you by challenging one of our country’s biggest pastimes: buying Christmas gifts. But not just buying gifts, specifically buying gifts for

Bill Hastie |

November was a very strong month in the U.S. equity markets, in fact one of the strongest months since 1987.  And all three major indices hit all-times highs

Bill Hastie |

Last week was capped off with a huge rally Friday, setting new all-time intraday and closing highs.  The Dow surged 248.76 points, or +0.83%, while the S&P 500

Bill Hastie |

A choppy week on Wall Street last week ended with the Dow, S&P 500 and NASDAQ all posting losses on Friday.  The Dow fell 219.75 points, or -0.07%, while the S

Bill Hastie |

Another strong week in the U.S. equity markets last week with the Dow and S&P 500 posting solid gains.  On the week, the Dow jumped 4% while the S&P 500 reached

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