What Can Investors Learn from 2020?

Now that we’re a few weeks removed from 2020, it’s a good time to reflect on such a momentous year. We can think about developments in the social and political spheres, but we also learned – or perhaps re-learned – some valuable lessons about investing. Here are four of them: • A long-term perspective is essential. Volatility in the financial markets is nothing new, but, even so, 2020 was one for the books. Of course, the COVID-19 outbreak was the driving force behind most of the wild price swings. Soon after the pandemic’s effects were first felt, the S&P 500,…

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Winner

WINNER…Ashley Martindale was the winner of the Cheyenne – Roger Mills Chamber Mother’s Day Basket. Presenting her with the gift is Lauren Schmidt, Chamber Executive

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Senior Boys Dinner

The Cheyenne Sorosis Club celebrated the Cheyenne Senior Boys on Monday, May 16, 2022 with a Hamburger Dinner and Volleyball. Pictured, front, left to right:

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