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What Do The Super Bowl and Stock Market Have in Common?

The Super Bowl is always an incredible culmination to the most watched sport in America every year. For a lot of people this is the first and last football game they will watch for the year. According to, an estimated 117 million people watched the Rams topple the Bengals. How many of these peopleContinue reading “What Do The Super Bowl and Stock Market Have in Common?”


Tesla’s Roadmap 

Recently, Tesla reported its fourth quarter vehicle deliveries for the year of 2021. The company delivered over 300,000 vehicles in Q4 of 2021. This means Tesla delivered about 936,000 vehicles for the year. In the year of 2020 Tesla delivered about 499,000 vehicles. Thus in 2021, Tesla delivered 87% more vehicles compared to just oneContinue reading “Tesla’s Roadmap ”

Rising Interest Rates Will Shake Up the Market

The inevitable rise of interest rates in 2022 has generated a very skeptical outlook on the market in the coming months. Rising interest rates tend to result in stocks losing value, yet a stronger overall economy. This occurs because the percentage return on risk-free money is rising, so people rather make money with no riskContinue reading “Rising Interest Rates Will Shake Up the Market”

A Semester Long Deep Dive: Northrop Grumman

During this fall semester of my junior year at Bryant University, I had the opportunity to take Financial Statement Analysis. In this class I learned how to analyze companies given their income statements and formulate opinions based on the discovered metrics. My company was Northrop Grumman, a member of the Aerospace Manufacturing industry. The analysisContinue reading “A Semester Long Deep Dive: Northrop Grumman”

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The United States Could Default For The First Time In History

Recently (9/21/2021), the U.S. House passed a bill that would fund the government while also suspending the debt limit until December of 2022. However, this bill still has to be passed by the U.S. Senate in order to become true legislation. If the Senate does not pass the bill then the U.S. government would shutdownContinue reading “The United States Could Default For The First Time In History”


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