Here is an update to last month's post on COVID-19 including updated projections WITH NEW MODELING from IHME. I also graph the expanded testing taking place and favorable trends.
Will this year bring “April flowers and May showers” in the markets?
"If you're going through hell, keep going." - attributed to Winston Churchill
This is no April Fool's Day joke! Hopefully April showers will bring May flowers.
I focus this mid-month blog post on a market update given the recent volatility. At the end, I briefly mention some things to consider with these lemons.
In this post I take a deeper dive into three of the SECURE Act changes impacting people at different phases of life. And with a nod to the classic films once upon a time, the changes I discuss are good, great and downright ugly.
A rough end for the first month of the year – unless you were in long maturity treasury bonds.
A new law was passed late last year which has significant impacts on retirement savings. The SECURE Act has a positive name, but not all changes are positive.
2019 returns were very strong across most asset classes, something not many expected at the beginning of the year. View six charts which capture the current market. As viewers of Hill Street Blues may remember - "Let's be careful out there."