Entries by Phillip Law

Part 1: We Will Prevail

Markets are tumbling while buildings are collapsing, with weapons devastating Ukraine. Will we make it to the light at the end of the tunnel, or is all lost? This is a series addressing the geopolitical war overseas and the implications on investors.

Fighter Planes and Market Turmoil

Looking at the S&P 500’s largest annual intra-year drawdowns dating back to 1950, the index’s current downtrend in 2022 is really put into perspective. We’ve been spoiled with last year’s bull market, so should we be worried about this recent volatility?

Bitcoin ETFs: Don’t Forget to Look Under The Hood

Some people hail Bitcoin as the greatest thing since sliced bread, while others consider it one’s worst enemy. Whether your conviction supports or berates the world’s most infamous cryptocurrency, it doesn’t change the fact that buzz around the crypto-space – inclusive of altcoins, blockchain, and decentralized finance – is rapidly growing.

What’s Up With That Inflationary Altitude?

We’re officially 16 months into the pandemic. You’re vaccinated and planning your next trip, itching to get out the house. Hawaii, Las Vegas, or Disney World? Bulls will say choose your adventure. Bears will say pick your poison.  Regardless, nobody can deny that the United States has largely re-opened with certain sectors, such as airlines […]

March Market Madness

During this time last year, the NCAA canceled March Madness. With college basketball off the table, we were given a different type of madness: Market Madness. The S&P 500 drew down a total of 34% from peak to trough as COVID-19 wreaked havoc across global markets. This week marked the one year anniversary of that drawdown’s market bottom.