Posts From Lance Gaitan
It’s only June 1, and it feels like the dog days of summer have arrived here in Florida. School is mostly out, humidity’s soaring, and we’ve already seen highs in
The U.S. economy has added millions of jobs since the financial crisis of 2008. The Fed has added trillions of dollars to their balance sheet and kept rates at or
You’d think with all the geopolitical crises and a weak world economy that market fear and volatility would be high. Instead, over the last month or so, we’ve seen a
Central banks around the world are running out of policy options to spur economic growth, which was further proven last week by the Fed’s decision to not raise interest rates this quarter.
The European Central Bank met this morning, and the expectation going in was that they need to do something drastic. In the past, ECB President Mario Draghi said they would