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Monument Valley Road Construction Begins Week of 6/17

During the week the road will be limited to local traffic only between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Business as usual

However, as I’ve noted, due to the COVID-19 crisis, forecasting fundamentals is nearly impossible. When you don’t have access to fundamentals, you use technical analysis.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Whatever it takes

Dalton -- The stock market should pull back. It always does, by some magnitude. However, on the morning of Thursday, April 9, the Federal...

CAPITAL IDEAS: Take CARES of yourself

At the heart of this, it’s a medical issue, not an economic issue. The virus will determine the pace and the path of economic recovery.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Getting buff

The Federal Reserve’s and the government’s massive and quick actions should stabilize what has been an economy in freefall, but we won’t escape a recession.

CAPITAL IDEAS: CoronaCrash

Whether we get to enjoy a rally, or even stabilization, the cure to the coronavirus - absent a vaccine - appears to be global governments pushing their respective economies into recession.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Observe and react

I don’t know how the coronavirus will play out and what the right amount of fear is. I’ll continue to observe and let you know if you should react.

CAPITAL IDEAS: 99 Luftballons

The market has been prodded higher by monetary stimulus, and the strong suggestion by the Fed to keep rates lower for longer has given the U.S. economy the potential to stave off a recession for all of 2020.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Just give me a reason

The vibe, after a decade of stock market gains, feels less like technical confirmation of fundamental research and more like that melt-up I’ve been talking about.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Investors have a lot to be thankful for

Not that we can ever rely on one indicator, but those historical instances of outperformance suggest that we haven’t yet seen too much of a good thing.

CAPITAL IDEAS: OK, Boomer…

I’m not going to deter anybody from getting invested to fund their retirement, but I will try to steer you away from using rules of thumb that are likely to be contrary to your ultimate goal of living your best possible retirement.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Politics, policies and stock prices

Dalton -- Volatility in the stock market has become subdued over the last few weeks as U.S.-China trade talks have turned more positive. On...

CAPITAL IDEAS: GPS for ‘the GE’: Marco Polo?

Dalton -- Growing up in the Berkshires, I could tell if a certain generation lived in the area at a certain time period by...

CAPITAL IDEAS: Your husband has a kept woman

Let’s face it: Most financial advisors are old white dudes like me, and old white dudes often don’t like to falter from traditional gender roles.

CAPITAL IDEAS: What’s your number?

According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, currently 67% of workers are “very” or “somewhat” confident that they’ll be able to live comfortably in retirement. ... Their optimism is probably misguided, but I’m happy for them. Ignorance, as they say, is bliss.

CAPITAL IDEAS: The Bank of Mom and Dad

The Bank of Mom and Dad, I bet, is not a new concept to you. But what might be less familiar to you is the Bank of Junior, which has an obligation to pay the cost of elder care for aging parents.

CAPITAL IDEAS: Enough is enough

It's very easy for me to tell you what to do at extremes: Do what feels the worst and go against the crowd. But we’re not at extremes now; indicators are mixed. So what to do now?
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