Are you interested in seeing how the stock market has done under the last handful of US Presidents? Check out this week’s blog post over on the Mullooly Asset Management website. We go through the indifference the market seems to have to political parties.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- This week marked 33 years since the stock market crash of 1987. In this week’s video, Tom pulls a few lessons from the crash and the year 1987 and applies it to what we’re all experiencing today in 2020.
- The pandemic has definitely changed the way we live and the way companies do business. But is it temporary, or permanent? This article looks at what temporary behaviors and measures taken during the pandemic could be here to stay, and what it means for company valuations.
- 2020 has been an extreme case of volatility in the stock market, but Ben writes about how investors need to get used to some form of volatility most of the time. Volatility is the norm in markets, and it’s unusual to go through long periods of time with no volatility.
- In his latest post, Todd writes about the high number of ETF closures taking place in 2020. While it may seem alarming, the higher number of closures actually has a number of positives to it.