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Coping With COVID-19 Transition

Taking in the current news feels surreal. Is this a sci-fi movie, or is it really happening? Media reports offer continuous information on the number of new cases, new deaths, shortages and panic buying, government orders locking down cities, and businesses ceasing operations. As with previous crises such as the 9/11 attacks, we are in […]

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Scary Bear Market Deja Vu

It’s hard to believe one month ago the Dow Jones average hit a high of 29,551.42. Since then, we’ve experienced a US stock market meltdown and volatility similar to that of 2008. So far, many investors are taking the stock market drop in stride. I think there are four reasons.

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Debunking Myths about COVID-19

The news of the first death in South Dakota possibly attributed to COVID-19 sent people in my hometown into hysteria on Tuesday afternoon. With such panic arising due to the spread of the virus (like the run on toilet paper at our local Walmart & Sam’s Club), I thought this article from the doctors at […]

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