Category: Finance Friday

Finance Friday #7: Retail Revolution

It has been a newsworthy week in both politics and markets. To me, politics is usually of little significance, as are the daily market swings surrounding them. Over time, the market goes up, despite politicians’ attempts to get in the way. Politicians are gnats that responsible people have to swat at, but in the long run that is the extent of their impact. Good finance is all about having a long-term view that finds value and manages risk. Continue reading “Finance Friday #7: Retail Revolution”

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Finance Friday #6: Breakups

Eur breaking up with me?!

Maybe I’m too much of an optimist, but I’m not too worried about a Euro breakup, a Trump trade war, North Korea, etc. Geopolitical conflicts have gone on for a long time. The market is notorious for overreacting to geopolitical news when it comes to stock prices in the short term, but eventually corporations and their investors still earn their money in the end. Continue reading “Finance Friday #6: Breakups”

Finance Friday #1: Dividends

On Monday you read the first edition of the new weekly economics digest. Today is the first investing digest. Check in every week for “Market Monday” and “Finance Friday” in addition to the original finance, economics, and business articles that I post in between.  Continue reading “Finance Friday #1: Dividends”