Economy and Policy March 16, 2020 Chief Economist Scott Brown discusses the Federal Reserve’s decision to cut interest rates to 0% and restart quantitative easing (QE). In recent weeks, COVID-19 has led to escalating economic concerns. What started as a seemingly sharp, but likely temporary, reduction in Chinese activity,
Markets and Investing March 05, 2020 When volatility hits, keep a cool head and consider taking advantage of potential opportunities. Periods of market volatility can trigger emotional responses in investors. When the markets are as reactive as we’ve seen lately, it can be natural to feel some apprehension, but
Stocks See Red as Coronavirus Fears Persist March 02, 2020 Equities have fallen on continued news of the virus’ spread, and bonds have rallied as investors seek safety.For the equity markets, volatility took investors on quite the ride – particularly during the last week of February, as coronavirus dominated the
Stock Indices Spooked by Possible "Community Transmission" February 27, 2020 Markets have been skittish following the news of a coronavirus case in California with no clear point of origin. Many investors have been following the coronavirus updates, and those in the U.S. are paying close attention to its potential impact
Timber always reminds Carolynn to smell the Roses.
On Valentine's Day weekend, Dawn's husband took her on a hike to the Hollywood sign and they had a wonderful time!