Although the CDC advises people to wear masks, they generally aren’t eligible for purchase with FSA or HSA funds.
I'm starting up my videos again--this time using YouTube as a platform. The fifth YouTube video on why this very stretched market will hang in for another six months went up today.
At the close today the Standard & Poor's 500 was off 0.66%. The Dow Jones industrial Average was lower by 0.29%. The NASDAQ Composite had fallen 1.255 and the NASDAQ 100 had dropped 1.55%. The small cap Russell 2000 was down just 0.03%. The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets ETF (EEM) finished with a loss of 1.33%. As you might conclude from those results from the indexes, the big culprit in today's retreat was technology, especially big technology stocks.
Today, January 8, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM), the worlds largest contract chipmaker, reported December sales that translate into record quarterly revenue with estimated sales in the quarter climbing to $12.9 billion (361.5 NT$). (The company reports its quarter on January 14.) The projections based on December revenue amount to a 25% increase in revenue in 2020 from 2019.