News From The Middle

Published on: 05/22/2014

During the prolonged recession, business owners, individual investors and dealmakers alike became accustomed to a continuous pounding. Surges of recovery were too frequently followed by significant negative economic and political developments, leaving most people constantly looking over their shoulders. The hyper-critical (some would argue cynical) sentiment made it virtually impossible to acknowledge the mounting positive developments and forward momentum occurring. It was almost as if we would not allow ourselves to be happy, or otherwise commit to buying-in to the stabilization.