The first Labor Day was celebrated over 100 years ago and was created by the labor movement as a day to honor the achievements and contributions (both social and economic) of American workers.
Labor Day might be the only National Holiday we celebrate by doing the exact opposite of that which we’re honoring. What better way to celebrate hard work than by taking a well-deserved day off?
As the summer breezes begin to cool, we wish you and your family a safe and happy Labor Day!
Our office will be closed on Monday, September 4th. We will resume normal operations on Tuesday, September 5th.
As a reminder, please do not provide any trading instructions by email or voicemail as regulations prevent us from accepting/acting on such.