Archives for May, 2020

  1. May 26, 2020

    As we continue to thaw from the worst economic freeze in the history of our country, it is easy to get caught up in the sheer magnitude of our losses. With close to 40 million jobs lost since February, it is hard to envision any reasonable way back. [i]       When we… More >>

  2. May 18, 2020

      Fear is a pervasive feeling that consumes our minds these days. It’s no wonder that we are experiencing fear: Unemployment is over 14% [i] Over 23 million people are currently out of work in America [ii] 40 million people are in need of basic food from SNAP (food… More >>

  3. May 11, 2020

      2020 looks to be a complete bust and investors know it. I’ve had the chance to review over half a dozen conference calls on macroeconomic outlooks and corporate earnings and the story across the globe is the same: 2020 GDP growth will be negative in most countries,… More >>

  4. May 4, 2020

      Now that Q1 GDP has been reported with a decline of 4.8%, it is time to move on to the really bad expectations. GDP for Q2 is anticipated to come in at -37.9% making the recession official. Of course, we won’t see this data until mid-July after the quarter ends but, we… More >>