Nothing I experienced in the past prepared me for the speed of this market crash. The decline after stocks peaked in March 2000 lasted until October 2002 — 2 1/2 years. The most recent bear market, which started in 2007, lasted 17 months. Nobody knows how long this bear market will last. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | I became a disciplined investor over 40 years; the virus broke me in 40 days
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Except it is, because this is crisis time. The stores are closed. Any retailers with an online presence are desperate to move inventory so that they are not stuck with out-of-season stock no one will want in two months when — if — the curve flattens and the doors reopen. And because online sales are the only source of revenue they have to keep their employees paid and their business afloat. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | Should we still go shopping (online)?
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“I was depressed and sad in the bathtub, and all of a sudden Jon Lovitz was on my phone saying, ‘Congratulations on finally figuring out how to live a peaceful life!'” Berman says. “I just found that really funny—and weird.” … [Read more...] about Bored celebs + cooped-up fans = Cameo is booming during COVID-19
In Philadelphia, Nan Ides had plenty of fabric. A recent retiree, she had plenty of time, too. She pulled out her sewing machine and started making masks, using materials left over from stitching baby clothes and a floral pattern -- purple, green, black and white -- from a summer dress that she had never managed to finish. … [Read more...] about An army of sewers, making masks for America