COVID-19 UPDATE, CONFERENCE CALLS & Weblinks to Key Data
I want to thank each of you for receiving these emails, and spending time with us over the phone as we reach out to you as quickly as we can, and as you call us. We’re working long hours to live up to the commitment that we’ve made to you, and will continue to do so.
Several of you hve reached out to us, asking for the conference call credentials again. We are hosting these calls on a daily basis for the forseeable future at 3:30pm Central Time each day. I encourage you to forward these metrics to any of your friends, co-workers, or family members as well who may also have concerns about current events.
Dial 1-(866) 848-2216 to join the call. This is a toll free call.
Input conference code 2259386332 when prompted to do so.
If you can’t join a call, I have attached a link to the playback from the call held on Wednesday, the 18th of March. You’ll need to input your name and email address in order to start the playback. Please note – this is not an attempt to track attendance or build a solicitation list. Its just the way the InterCall system works, and I do not see the names or email addresses on my end.
Having said that, please know that the information and data changes daily. This is a fluid and dynamic situation, so please try to dial into a call, or another call, for the most up to date information.
Lastly, there is much sensationalism in the media right now. PLEASE go to these sites, and book mark them. I’m drawing reference to them within the call, and you need to have sources of empirical data with which to offset media sensationalism right now.
https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/ – this site provides information drawn from the CDC and WHO about coronavirus statistics globally, and by country.
www.econoday.com – this site provides you with the most current economic information for the United States, and the world. Click the US calendar in the bottom left portion of the home page to follow these metrics with me.
https://www.federalreserve.gov/supervisionreg/dfa-stress-tests.htm – this site takes you to the website of the Federal Reserve, where you can view the most current information on bank stress tests.
Dial into the calls. Please open all emails from us. Reach out to us with your questions and concerns, and know that we’re in the active process of reaching out to you for individual, granular level conversations about how we’re remaining focused on the achievement of your quantifiable goals, through the strategies that we’ve adopted, that are unique to you.