In the past week, we’ve seen signs of progress in the coronavirus pandemic. As such, it’s a good time to evaluate where we are with containing the virus—and what comes next for the markets and economy. Let’s start with taking a look at the data on the virus itself.The Virus Itself: Signs of ProgressGrowth rate. As of this writing (April 22, 2020), the daily case growth rate has been below 4
I spent some time this past weekend recording a video entitled, “How Should I Invest During the COVID-19 Crisis?” This video may be helpful for you if you’ve ever wondered:
For many Americans, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in an immediate need for funds that can provide financial stability. In response, lawmakers have lessened financial burdens through stimulus legislation that includes several temporary rule changes to retirement account withdrawals.
On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act) into law. The CARES Act has been enacted as a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic and is intended to provide immediate and ongoing economic relief to individuals and businesses affected by the crisis.
You may be asking questions about this unprecedented stimulus package that’s on the brink of being passed by the House of Representatives and are wondering whether you’ll be eligible for a check and what the process might look like for receiving your check. In this video, I address these things and also gives you my outlook on our economy and the stock market.
This video was made especially for aggressive investors who are asking whether they should buy into this market. Here, I offers you 5 Tips For Buying Into This Stock Market. If you consider yourself a less aggressive or more conservative investor, I have some tips for you, too. Contact me at email@example.com to learn more!
All of the recent market volatility can test your investment risk tolerance. Here are Valerie's thoughts on the latest market conditions.