A government shutdown is on the radar, economic data is mixed, an assessment of risks in this market, and a look at historic bubbles.
Investor mood shifted last week, the Fed meets at Jackson Hole, NVDA earnings will test the AI hype, what investors miss when diversifying, and a look at job gains by industry.
A busy week for data and earnings, the BOJ is changing an important rate, maybe you should buy a lottery ticket, and a look at bankruptcies.
The Fed holds rates steady (which is not bullish), this is a light data week, a look at the investment hype surrounding all things AI, and business inventories appear to be peaking.
Debt ceiling deal brings a sigh of relief to markets, a light data week, the "four winds" of market prices, and a check-in with one of our recession indicators.
Earnings season comes to a close, the debt ceiling debate is coming down to the wire, and how much money do you need to accomplish a goal?
Earnings season has begun, the economic data continues to deteriorate, we still have no debt ceiling deal, and a look at what's expected from earnings this quarter.
Markets have run higher prompting some head-scratching, this week gives some important data, I am surprised how often I advise people to spend money, and a look at the health of banks internationally.
Recession watch has begun, how much you need to retire, and a look at some bubbles since 1980.
Banks are struggling, the Fed makes an interest rate decision this week, a recession might be coming so what's the plan, and a look at small business CAPEX.