Month: March 2020

The Coronavirus is raising questions…but is the market selloff overdone?

The Coronavirus is raising questions…but is the market selloff overdone?

The Coronavirus is raising questions…but is the market selloff overdone? When will a Coronavirus vaccine be available? Are we at risk of dwindling supplies of daily items? How much will self-isolations slow down and affect the U.S. economy? Will this virus send us into a 

Energy Position Update as of March 10th 2020

Energy Position Update as of March 10th 2020

“Black Swan” Events Shock the Energy Market:  Oil has fallen from $60.04/bbl January 1st this year to $31.13/bbl as of March 9th, a $26.10 drop or -48%, of which -$10 occurred after Russia spurned OPEC’s proposed output cuts and started a pricing war around March 

Coronavirus and Market Update as of March 9th 2020

Coronavirus and Market Update as of March 9th 2020

Coronavirus and Market Update as of March 9th 2020 Coronavirus:  Active virus cases currently sit 25% lower than the peak set on February 17 th of 58,747 While case counts increase in Western Europe and the US, China has reported its first day without a 

Coronavirus Update, Friday February 28th 2020

Coronavirus Update, Friday February 28th 2020

Coronavirus Update, Friday February 28th, 2020 As the coronavirus continues to make headline news, this week the stock market has responded with the first and fastest correction in 2020. We would like to address some of the key points we feel are relevant to you