Massive Stimulus Efforts Bring Yields To Historic Lows

The Federal Reserve announced a reintroduction of its Quantitative Easing (QE) program to now include corporate bonds in addition to government agency and Treasury bonds. Read more

Oil Has Worst Month In Years

Extreme volatility appeared in the oil markets as prices fell to their lowest levels since 2002, tumbling to $20.37 (WTI) in mid-March, then rebounding 25% on March 19th, Read more

IRS Tax Filing Deadline Extended To July 15th

The IRS has extended the tax filing and payment deadline from April 15, 2020 to July 15, 2020. Read more

Macro Overview – April 2020

With the coronavirus continuing to wreak havoc on markets and economies worldwide, governments and businesses are confronting an unprecedented environment. Read more

Americans Saving More

The most recent data from the Federal Reserve identified an increase in the savings rate to 7.7% of disposable personal income as of December 2019. Read more

Consumer Debt Surpasses $14 Trillion

As the economy has grown, so has household debt. Read more

Coronavirus Affect On The Markets, Economies & Commerce

Global trade has been hindered by U.S. China trade disputes for the past two years, but the virus outbreak has nearly stalled all trade between China and its trading partners. Read more

Past Pandemics & What Came Of Them

Over the decades, pandemics have evolved and lasted for varying periods of time, yet always culminating with the containment and/or elimination of a virus. Read more

Macro Overview – March 2020

Fear has been permeating capital markets worldwide as the impact of the (COVID-19) coronavirus continues to evolve. Read more

Social Security COLA Increases Trying To Keep Up With Inflation

The latest Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) for Social Security payments is barely keeping up with inflation. Read more

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