When Not Knowing is Expensive

Many of you have heard the saying “You don’t know what you don’t know” especially if you’ve read my newsletters for a while or attended my informational workshops. This doesn’t mean you need to ... continue reading

Fruits and Power: A History Lesson

We all know optimists and pessimists. There are people who see the best in everything and others who find the cloud in an otherwise blue sky. In my career experience, I have found most ... continue reading

First official week of summer is a good one for markets

More Homes Moved in May In a pleasant surprise for economists, both new and existing home sales picked up last month. The National Association of Realtors announced a 1.1% gain for resales, with the ... continue reading

Tech selloff continues as DOW and S&P 500 have positive week

We have seen tech giants, Google, Apple, Amazon, Facebook and others suffer over the past 10 days even as the overall stock market has done pretty well.  These household names have impacted our everyday ... continue reading

Mixed stock market results last week

An Upbeat Report on the Service Sector The Institute for Supply Management’s May non-manufacturing purchasing manager index displayed a reading of 56.9 last week, showing expansion in U.S. service industries for an eighty-ninth straight ... continue reading

The pillows are fluffed to cushion an inevitable fall.

Last week was another very strong week for the stock market.  Some people are concerned about a pullback or crash.  Experienced investors know that the stock market cannot continue as it has over the ... continue reading