From Comedy to Cargo: What Jokes Can Teach Us About the Economy

We’re taught the basic premise and structure of jokes – setup punchline – literally from the moment we can smile and laugh.

Market Update: Monday, July 20, 2020

U.S. markets were choppy on Monday’s opening following a number of positive developments concerning coronavirus vaccines and chatter of new stimulus measures. However, first half gains were somewhat limited as a number of states are still showing a rise in cases with the possibility of lockdowns coming back into play.

2 Toxic Dept Bombs to Avoid

During the massive 10-year bull run, many companies recklessly loaded up on a lot of debt.
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Are Bank Earnings a Warning Sign of the Next “Big Short”?

While revenue and earnings per share for the majority beat market expectations and consensus, digging a little deeper we can see these results reflect strong growth in investment-banking fees and trading revenues.

Market Update: Friday, July 17, 2020

U.S. markets traded in tight ranges on Friday with the major averages settling mostly higher, excluding the blue-chips. The best housing market news in 4 years provided some momentum but was offset by a weakness in consumer sentiment.

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Do FAANG Stocks Have an Open Vacancy?

This year has been one of the wildest rides for Wall Street… The technology sector is leading the market and is up 25%-plus year to date while the S&P 500 is down 3% year to date during the same time period.

How to Profit From the Housing Market in 2020

Earlier this week, the Fed announced they’d hold interest rates near zero until the end of the year to help the economy recover from the pandemic.

Market Update: Thursday, July 16, 2020

U.S. markets traded lower throughout Thursday’s session as heightened frictions with China outweighed upbeat economic news and corporate earnings. Specifically, President Trump is reportedly considering a ban on members of the Chinese Communist Party and their families from entering the country.