"Yet another problem with loose monetary policy reared its head this quarter."
Wow! What a way to start a conversation. You can use that line with your
Sometimes things that seem normal aren’t. Or perhaps we’ve convinced ourselves that they are normal when they clearly are not.
About 25 years ago, I was
Happy October! While I hate seeing the end of summer, I am glad to be finished with the last quarter as it pertains to the investment markets.
Last Thursday closed out one of the toughest quarters in recent years in the investment world. Panic has risen since January over the situation in Ukraine
Everyone loves recessions, right?
I guess not. But what if I told you that they are necessary and that, if you truly care about the economy, the stock
"May you live in interesting times." We're certainly in those times. After surviving two years of a pandemic, we face a potential war with global implications
Good afternoon and happy Monday. I hope everyone in the Northeast is all shoveled out. It was a massive storm that dropped at least 2 feet on us in Taunton.
Another year is in the books. If you are like most people, February of 2020 seems like it was just days ago in many ways. On the other hand, I can’t truly
It is that time of year when the leaves are falling that we think fondly of our nation’s institutes of higher learning. When you think of college, you think
“Notice of intent to seize (levy) your property or rights to property.”
That was the first line of the letter I recently received from the Internal Revenue
One of the funniest game shows to ever grace the airwaves was ``Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?” Hosted by Jeff Foxworthy (of “you might be a redneck” fame)
If you’ve been watching the financial news in the past three months, you’ve seen an interesting trend:
In terms of total dollars, or GDP, the US economy has