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2021 Half-Time Report: Financial Reporting and Global Capital Markets With the Mindful Money Team [VIDEO]

In his 2021 Half-Time Report Event, Jonathan K. DeYoe discusses the global markets and economies in light of COVID-19. He discusses the unprecedented events that have brought us to where we are today, and where we might be headed.

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2nd Quarter 2021 Market Commentary

At the completion of the first ½ of 2021, the global economy and their associated equity markets have made significant progress towards “recovery.” As always, we divide our mid-year report into two parts. First, we recap our shared investment philosophy; second, I share our perspective on the current situation.

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What IS a SPAC? What’s an NFT? Do I Want One in My Portfolio?

The financial press has generated much excitement over the sudden increase in SPACs (Special Purpose Acquisition Companies) and the advent of NFTs (non-fungible tokens). Due to the large sums of money being showered on both, the parody skits on Saturday Night Live, and the involvement of “influencer financiers,” there is a lot of buzz.

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No One “Invests” in Meme Stocks

Meme stocks, by definition, are NOT investments - they are speculations. One will either double (or more) one’s money - if you get out in time and don’t succumb to your own greed - or lose it all (or more) in too short a period of time to qualify as an “investing” time-horizon.

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3rd Quarter 2020 Commentary

The coronavirus is still very much with us, as is much of the economic dislocation occasioned by the virus and accompanying lockdowns. We are closing in rapidly on a number of vaccines. But it may be quite some time before most of us will have access to them, and there will inevitably be frustration in the process.

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