By Sam Taylor | September 13, 2021
As the U.S. and other countries work to re-open their economies in the continuing wake of the COVID-19 pandemic many people are looking forward to getting back to normal – to dinners out with friends, crowded football stadiums, and full church pews. Although things are re-opening, it will probably...
By Jonathan Waide | August 16, 2021
Rising inflation has become a hot topic in 2021. Over the last year and a half, our world economy has experienced large shutdowns followed by trillions of dollars of stimulus. Now, as our economy fights to reopen, it is showing signs of not only having to battle COVID-19 but also higher prices....
By Sam Taylor | July 5, 2021
Equities spent most of this year’s second quarter backing and filling, caught between two countervailing forces, until finally pushing through to new highs by the end of June.  Blowout earnings reports and upwardly revised earnings forecasts elevated prices, while simultaneously, P/E (Price/...
By Sam Taylor | June 15, 2021
As interest in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies heats up due to their recent top billing amongst financial journalists who can never pass up an opportunity to hype the latest cause de jour, a few of our clients have asked our opinion on Bitcoin.   While we have no idea if Bitcoin will live up to...
By Jonathan Waide | June 4, 2021
  When discussing money and saving, the topic of compounding comes up often – as it should – because of its importance. But what is compounding? When related to savings or investing, compounding is essentially money building upon money, or earnings that generate more earnings. And while most...
By Sam Taylor | May 5, 2021
According to Merriam-Webster’s dictionary, transitory means “of brief duration” or “tending to pass away – not permanent”.  Federal Reserve Board Chairman, Jerome Powell has repeatedly stated his opinion that any increases in inflation resulting from recent massive fiscal and monetary stimulus...

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