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Two weeks ago, we talked about the litany of issues that the stock market is fretting about. Recently, those have crystallized into one main thing: worries about a US trade war with China.
The stock market is fretful. I’ve always thought of the price, and the daily price movements, of individual stocks as telling a bit of a story.
Well, a couple of weeks ago, Lean In and McKinsey that showed that, despite all the leaning we all did, there’s been no advancement of women in business. None, nada, nothing.
Well, this isn’t a lot of fun, this market volatility. It’s a bit like turbulence on a flight. Uncomfortable, but historically not dangerous to your financial health.
We live in a “Can you believe this headline? And this one? And this one?” world these days, where it can feel like so much is out of our control. Shouldn’t we have had more women in Congress by ...
I’m processing. Mostly, I feel very sad for Dr. Ford. Achingly sad. I know I’m going to have a burst of energy. But right now I’m bone-deep sad
Where were you? I was in the departure lounge at O’Hare airport, tears streaming down my face for her. Seeing other women, watching, looking stricken.
Well, we’ve just passed the tenth anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy and the crescendo of the financial crisis, out of which came a long, slow recovery. Since then, the rich have gotten richer...
Serena accused of receiving coaching, standing up for herself when she was given a warning, being penalized a point, fighting back, being penalized a game.
We’re approaching the 10-year anniversary of the most convulsive part of the financial crisis: the implosion of Lehman Brothers and the subsequent Great Recession.
We learn in Investing 101 that “diversification” is a key tenet of prudent investing: In other words, don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.