Patrick Chovanec

Patrick Chovanec


Managing Director, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management, Adjunct Professor at Columbia SIPA, former biz prof at Tsinghua University in Beijing

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Note where New York is seeing an increase in new cases, versus a continued decline.

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Brazil led today in number of new coronavirus deaths, followed by Mexico, the US, and India.

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South Carolina had a record number of new cases today for the 2nd day in a row.

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Tennessee's 7-day moving average of new cases continues to rise past +1.3k.

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Tennessee's average daily death toll, however, remains steady at below 10/day.

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Louisiana is not yet seeing any similar uptick in daily deaths.

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Ohio had a record number of new cases today, surpassing +2,500 for the first time.

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Brazil reported +1,264 new coronavirus deaths today, bringing the total to 63,254 #2  after the US). The average number of deaths per day has leveled out at about +1,000.

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It is rather amazing that yesterday the sitting President of the United States was fined $2 million for defrauding eight charities, and it barely registered as a scandal.

My suspicion is that Trump will fire Fauci when he thinks the epidemic is receding and believes he has no more need for him. Then he will proceed to badmouth and scapegoat him. The foundation has already been laid for this.

According to the President, he has absolute power but absolutely no responsibility.

I'm going to criticize Biden, then I'm going to vote for him, then I'm going to criticize him some more. I can do this because I'm a citizen, not a team cheerleader.

The widow of the Indian man murdered in Kansas in February anti-immigrant hate crime now faces deportation from US.

I've been a Republican all my life. I am a Reagan conservative, down the line. But it's become painfully clear to me that GOP officeholders today see the red hats as their base, and won't listen to people like me unless I deny them my vote, and persuade others to do the same.

The official number of Americans, military and civilian, killed in any way in World War I was 117,466. The US reported +702 new coronavirus deaths today, bringing the total to 117,527.

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Trapped in Malaysia doesn't carry quite the same punch as trapped in North Korea.

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