On this week’s podcast, Karl welcomes Dr. W. Lee Warren. He’s a brain surgeon, a veteran, a writer, a podcaster, and an inventor. Karl & Dr. Warren discuss how our minds affect our investing decisions and how to prevent our brains from becoming a deterrent.
In this week’s edition from Covenant CIO Justin Pawl:
· Last Week Today. Global equity markets rallied despite awful economic data.
· Diversification Archetypes. The differences between Naïve, Traditional, and Institutional portfolio diversification strategies.
The Internal Revenue Service has begun distributing COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments, and with that comes an opportunity for criminals/scammers to take advantage of the American public. Read about the scams to watch out for.
In this week’s edition from Justin Pawl, CFA, CAIA:
· Last Week Today. Fed + Decelerating infections = Risk On.
· Fake News? Independent data does not corroborate economic reports out of China.
· Imagine. Results from our poll on what the Post-Virus future holds.
On this week’s show, Karl is joined by John Eadie, the Founder and Managing Director of Covenant. John is a CPA, CFA, CFP®, PFS, CLU®, CIMA, & CKA®. John gives the listeners some financial planning tips and techniques in the current environment.
Plus, Karl discusses the best week in the stock market since 1974.
Cybercriminals have been taking advantage of the novel coronavirus pandemic to bombard people with phishing emails. Their goal is to ensnare unsuspecting victims who are curious or concerned about the virus. Be aware of their tricks.
In this week’s edition:
· Choice. Fear, Learning, or Growth mindset.
· Last Week Today. More bad news coming, but what’s been priced into financial markets?
· The Fed. The Fed’s doing what it said it would do.
· Curves. All eyes are on the infection-rate curve, and Italy appears the best analog.
On the Trey Ware Show, Karl Eggerss discussed that a few boxes were checked last week that led to the rally. But, he warned listeners that there can be sharp bear market rallies. This is the point where typically stocks start moving on their own path from one another.