Last week I attributed to Lenin the quote that "There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen." I apologize; it seems that attribution is apocryphal.
- The closest real quote seems to come from Marx, who wrote in an 1863 letter to Engels about "days into which 20 years are compressed."
- It seems we've had many such days in succession; I hope you're staying sane and grounded.
In this week's issue: The war we find ourselves in, and one potential winner. Plus the bailout, the rent problem, the dollar's surge, and my attempt at a coronavirus guide for individual investors. All in 1,830 words, which will take about 7 minutes to read.