As we are now entering the holiday season, it feels like a good time to revisit the evergreen topic of generosity. It’s easy to do so during a season of giving
There have been so many market, health and political events since the beginning of November that we delayed the publishing of this newsletter to capture as much
Last Friday ended mixed but concluded a week of strong gains on Wall Street. On the day, the Dow and S&P 500 dropped 66.80 and 1.01 points, or -0.24% and -0.03
Another strong rally yesterday as the markets are optimistic about the split House and Senate, primarily on the outlook that going forward, neither tax nor
U.S. equity markets surged yesterday on the outlook that the Congress would remain split as the Democrats held the House and the Republicans held the Senate.
A wild election day of trading saw the U.S. equity markets post a powerful rally yesterday, with the Dow and S&P 500 gaining 554.98 and 58.78 points, or +2.06%
A rebound rally yesterday saw the Dow and S&P 500 gain 423.45 and 40.28 points, or +1.6% and +1.23%, respectively. The tech-heavy NASDAQ had a very volatile
Pre-election volatility had been expected, and that’s investors got last week. The Dow dropped 4.6% last week making for its worst monthly loss since March.
U.S. equity markets rebounded yesterday from a disastrous first three days of the week. The Dow gained 139.16 points, or +0.52%, while the S&P 500 was up 39.08
U.S. equity markets sank yesterday on widespread selling due to a record number of new COVID cases both domestically and in Europe. The Dow dropped 943.25%, or
The U.S. equity markets, namely the Dow and S&P 500, continued their slide yesterday following Monday’s rout. On the day, the Dow and S&P 500 dropped 222.19