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  • Jan 20 2020
    Client Newsletter 1Q20

    We had an incredible 2019, but will that create some unhealthy financial habits? Read Petr's thoughts on 2019 and what to look forward to in 2020.

  • Oct 11 2019
    magazine of the stock market and investments update
    Investment Newsletter 4Q19

    Read Stuart's investment newsletter for a quick update and refresher on the markets, economy, and how they affect your investments.

  • Apr 9 2019
    magazine of the stock market and investments update
    Investment Newsletter 2Q19

    After one of the worst quarters in a couple of years, risk assets recovered strongly in 1q19. Here's an update on our view of the world and markets...

  • Jan 16 2019
    magazine of the stock market and investments update
    Investment Newsletter 1Q19

    We had started 2018 being cautiously optimistic for asset returns. Here's our thoughts on the markets and investments over the last year.

  • Oct 15 2018
    Investments 101: High Yield Corporate Credit: Don’t Worry, Be Happy?

    The US high yield corporate bond market is pricing in benign news for future credit defaults. Could this impact your other investments? Read to find out!

  • Oct 8 2018
    market update, shows stats on computer screen
    Investment Newsletter 4Q18

    We entered 2018 cautiously optimistic on the markets. However, we are growing more cautious. Learn why and what changes we made in August.

  • Jul 9 2018
    market update, shows stats on computer screen
    Investment Newsletter 3Q18

    We have been looking for ways to reduce risk and expense. Read about the 5 major changes that impacted your portfolios this last quarter.

  • Apr 20 2018
    market update, shows stats on computer screen
    Investment Newsletter 2Q18

    At face value, 1q18 seemed like a fairly calm quarter. However, face value masks the rocky ride markets have experienced. Read more...

  • Jan 17 2018
    market update, shows stats on computer screen
    Investment Newsletter 1Q18

    Positive gains in many areas are still possible. However, we are also mindful of risks and would not be surprised to see a mild correction. Read more...