The Northeast has had a rough couple of weeks, first with Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy, and then with the recent Nor’easter. Most are hoping that these devastating events are not a preview of what the winter season will be.
The other big news is that Obama was elected as President for a second term. While many Republicans are not looking forward to 4 more years of a Democratic presidency, there is nothing more to be done than to figure out the best strategy to get through the next four years financially.
Here is what I am reading this weekend:
Four More Years: Buyer’s Remorse? WSJ Those investors who voted for Obama may regret their decision soon if history repeats itself. Here is why.
Clarity for Small Firms: WSJ Here is what an Obama victory means for small business owners.
After Obama Win, Will Companies Follow Through on Layoff Threats? WSJ You may remember that several employers, including David Siegel, CEO of Westgate Resorts, hinted that layoffs would come if Obama won the election. Have these business owners made good on their threats?
Price Gouging: How to Know and What to Do: Consumerism Commentary In light of Hurricane Sandy, price gouging is a concern. Here is what you need to know.
Why Apple Stock Is Getting Demolished Lately: Business Insider There are two primary factors in Apple’s recent stock decline.