Monthly Archives: January 2020

Wall of worry

It is said that bull markets in stocks climb a wall of worry; they top out and turn when you can no longer see a problem on the horizon. I have read and heard a number of bearish predictions lately. … Continue reading


Making sense of today’s stock prices

The stock market is at all time highs.  It has been on a tear for the past three months, and it didn’t even react to the escalation of tensions in the middle east.  What’s going on? I’ve listened to and … Continue reading

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