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  • Mar 18 2020
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    Separating Emotions from Investing is Key to Surviving Coronavirus.

    These last few weeks have been a roller coaster. Here's what we have been doing and what you can do in this time of uncertainty...

  • Mar 6 2020
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    Investment Update: Did the Market Just Catch a Cold, or Is It Terminally Ill?

    In this update, I want to cover a few areas that could suggest stabilization in the market and also a few caution signs we are carefully watching.

  • Feb 25 2020
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    Investment Update: February 2020 

    Due to recent market volatility, I want to give you an update on how we're reducing risk exposures while staying the course on your unique needs and goals.

  • Jul 11 2019
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    Investment Newsletter 3Q19

    Read Stuart's letter for an update on the markets and investments. The strong rally in 1q19 is flattening out and low-interest rates have limited downside.

  • Feb 4 2019
    2018 Was Truly an Unusual Year for Markets

    You can read about our outlook for 2019, but in the meantime, here are 3 facts that made the year 2018 truly unusual in recent market history.

  • Oct 19 2018
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    October Volatility Update: Near-Term Caution, But Looking for Opportunity

    We are watching the market and adjusting our strategies to become more defensive. Here are 3 reasons why we are not completely bearish.

  • Oct 18 2018
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    Investments 101: Emerging Markets: Debt Still Rising

    Emerging markets had a banner year in 2017, but the last six months has been less kind. Can superior economic growth overcome their rising debt?

  • Oct 16 2018
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    Investments 101: Inflation and Bonds: Toast of the Town or Simply Toast?

    Bonds have treated investors very well for the last two decades. But is that about to change? Here are our thoughts on how inflation affects bonds.

  • Oct 11 2018
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    Investments 101: What Can Bonds Tell Us about the Economy?

    Wondering when you should start to worry about the economy? Treasury bond yields tell us a little more than stocks do. Here's why!