Archive: economy

Inflation Holds the Key to Market Performance in 2023

By Vin Narayanan on February 3, 2023

Crypto Market Musings I’m not ready to start singing “Happy Days Are Here Again” (the Annette Hanshaw version, NOT the inferior Carole King or Barbra Streisand versions). But I am starting to hum Bobby McFerrin’s “Don’t Worry Be Happy.” The Federal Reserve raised its target interest rate by…

Investing With a Potential Recession on the Horizon

By Vin Narayanan on April 5, 2022

I broke my ankle pretty badly a couple of weeks ago. It’s going to take four to six months to heal. I’m wearing a walking boot now. And as far as I’m concerned, the walking boot might be the greatest invention since the printing press. The…

2021 Forecast: How Biden Will Affect Startups

By Andy Gordon on November 19, 2020

I don’t know about you, but I’m getting ready for 2020 to be over. Between the prospect of a vaccine and the new $5 million crowdfunding limit, I think next year has a lot going for it. Of course, next year will see the Biden presidency begin too.

The American Startup Surge

By Andy Gordon on October 14, 2020

There’s no denying that the economy is weaker than it was pre-pandemic. While industries like gaming and work-from-home tech have soared, many other businesses have struggled to survive. But in the midst of all this economic hardship, something rather fascinating has happened in the U.S.  The…

Stuck in a Bubble Again

By Adam Sharp on May 10, 2019

If the economy is so great, why can’t the Federal Reserve raise interest rates? Debt has something to do with it.