Month: April 2020

COVID-19 Infecting Economic Supply and Demand

April 27, 2020 There’s an obvious, yet profound, concept that explains why the economy is in danger. It is this – one person’s spending is another person’s income. This relationship is the essence of the $87 trillion global economy. The interplay between spending, income, consumption, and production is the core of capitalist economics. Government industry …

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An American Sob Story

April 13, 2020 In a crisis, everything is stress-tested. That includes business models. Companies thought to be large enough to handle anything are being stretched to their limits. The COVID-19 crisis is illuminating the value of preparation and the steep costs of not preparing. I bring this up because the airline industry, specifically American Airlines, …

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Hope Amongst Volatility

April 6, 2020 I want to take a slightly positive viewpoint on this post because, despite the COVID-19 crisis, investors do have a reason to be hopeful. Last month saw the market’s worst trading day since 1987, featuring a 12 percent drop in the S&P 500 index. Given the increased volatility we’ve been experiencing for …

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