“We were all more than eager to put 2020 in the rearview mirror. It was a year that played out as part pandemic horror movie, and part political thriller with the contested U.S. election that refused to offer “The End.”
And just when you thought that things could not get any “curiouser,” along comes 2021 and the President Trump supporters who stormed (and briefly took over) the Capitol Building in Washington, DC, on Jan. 6, the day Congress confirmed the 2020 presidential and vice-presidential election. How did the stock markets respond? They were back to their most impressive trick of 2020: shrugging off bad news.” – Dale Roberts
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