The market finished last week on a high note as Gilead’s remdesivir trial data appeared to lift the spirits of aging bulls. While not a vaccine, the ability to treat patients and lessen the impact helps limit the stress on hospitals and will continue to lower the fatality rate. This is good news for the areas most greatly impacted by restrictions.
Now here’s the rest of the news:
Perhaps more than ever, the stock market appears to be in the grips of FOMO, or “fear of missing out.” Especially among institutional money managers, there is safety in numbers. As long as everyone agrees to buy the same stocks, share prices can only go up.
Similar to Novavax, Tesla‘s surge in popularity is a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Institutional investors have to put their money somewhere and COVID-19 threatens to put a lot of companies out of business.
June Spending Deficit Tops All of FY2018 (And It Gets Worse)
At nearly $1 trillion per year, the deficit in recent years was already astronomical by any measure.
But now that it’s set to surge by absurd 276% versus the previous year, it’s time to assess the ramifications that are soon to hit home for too many Americans.
“I believe in benevolent dictatorship, provided that I am the dictator.” —Richard Branson
Stocks Are Up, But So Is Gold — And Analysts Say the Metal’s Rally is Just Getting Started
“The Federal Reserve and central banks around the world just keep printing money… And so, gold is going to take out the old highs, $1,950 or something, and it is going to keep going.” —Jim Wyckoff
July 13, 2019
Do you know exactly what you want to do but somehow still can’t figure out the execution bit?
Are you waiting to get all your ducks in a row before you can present your idea to the world?
Do you believe that inspiration will help you create the perfect idea and land you your next big break?
Read on below for an important lesson from NIKE and Dale Carnegie.
“Start NOW: Action will create the inspiration you seek”
You know how sometimes you’re not really in the mood to do something until it starts and suddenly it’s great and you’re glad you pushed yourself?
- the meet-up you didn’t want to attend but ended up enjoying and even offering to help organize the next one
- the workout session that took all your willpower to begin but left you feeling more energized in the end
- the healthy recipe you tried to humor your best friend that helped spark ideas on how you can improve your own diet
The thing is, we never really know how we will feel when we do something until we actually do it, and this gap in knowledge oftentimes gets in the way of our progress, especially if it’s something new, or something difficult.
Super Saturday! 😉
July 13, 2017
Before we forget … Caryl and I had a wonderful breakfast, and … checked out our next year’s Kimberly accommodation. Alpenglow Bed and Breakfast … tell Anja … we sent you! (email@example.com)
Today though, back home! [Calgary]
We decided to travel through the Crowsnest Pass as we haven’t gone this way for a long time! Caryl wants to pick up a few gardening items when we get to Midnapore — and it will be Rush Hour around that time too!