Over the past six days, I've been teaching a highly compressed version of our Intro to Business course as part of Villanova's Summer Business Institute. We've covered globalization, ethics, social responsibility, entrepreneurship, leadership, planning, operations management, marketing, and today we wrapped it up with accounting and finance. For the finance part, I thought it would … Continue reading Stock Tips from My Students
The stock market's historic bull market has come to a screeching halt. We all knew that at some point it would end, but not as dramatically as it has. For some reason, it made me think of the song Spinning Wheel by Blood, Sweat & Tears. https://youtu.be/P5jNJd7HRVU Fortunately, a look at the history of the … Continue reading Music Monday: What Goes Up Must Come Down, and Vice Versa (Fingers Crossed)
Thank heaven it was a Dan Ariely day in the Wall Street Journal. I'm not feeling so great, and I didn't want to spend a lot of time thinking about and writing my blog. Fortunately Da's column usually provides something for me to write about, and today was no exception. Here's one of the letters he received, … Continue reading This Is a Low Quality Post
I saw the phrase in a Yahoo Finance headline, "At Some Point, Stocks Are Due for a Dead-Cat Bounce", and I have to admit that not only did I have no idea what it meant, I had never heard the phrase before. So I decided to ask Google Home: For those of you who would … Continue reading Are We Experiencing a Dead Cat Bounce?