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12-DECEMBER 25-2020

Merry ChristmasGood morning and Merry Christmas!
With one week to go in 2020, the economy remains shaping up with that “K” shape.  Some are far better off this year, particularly shareholders in companies that benefited from remote work trends.  Millions, however, are worse off.
With the market closed today, it’s the perfect time to reflect on 2020, and the year ahead.  There’s a lot to be grateful for — the early part of the pandemic pointed a far scarier picture, after all.  Have a wonderful holiday season with your loved ones, whether in person or remotely.

Now here’s the rest of the news:

COVID-19 Holiday Shopping Season Signals Rough Start to 2021
With more American going hungry, stimulus checks can’t save the economy or even small businesses – they just throw fuel on the inflation bonfire…

Despite all the Precious Metal Prices slipping this week … “Accommodative policies of the most central banks world over also meant money continues to flow to this asset class.”

December 25, 2019

Merry Christmas!

Darren has a short simple message: “A Fascinating Christmas”

Thank You!  😉

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