Concerns over the strength of the recovery in the jobs market and the rate of Covid-19 cases are reasons for caution despite a resurgent market.
You can't print gold. You can't devalue it. It is always a good idea to have some gold in your portfolio.
There is little for prudent market players to do but to stay with the trend, even if it feels silly to do so.
Powell and Mnuchin have created a bubble in their response to the Covid-19 crisis. It's difficult to see one when inside one.
There's progress for sure, but still a long way to go. Things could be worse.
The Fed, as much as it would like, cannot print a vaccine nor change human psychology.
Discretion could be the better part of valor with the markets trading at current levels and uncertainty still surrounding Covid-19 and the job market.
Plus, the market has bad breadth and PC and operating system makers should benefit from virus-inspired home-based schooling.
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Income investors should have seen that the pandemic put the restaurant operator's payout at risk and looked at other options.