Q2 2022 Quarterly Context Video

By |2022-08-03T21:07:09-07:00July 25th, 2022|Blog, Fiduciary, Financial planning tips and perspectives, General thoughts, In the news, Institutional, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Lifestyle, Personal Wealth, Quarterly thoughts, Uncategorized|

Inflation remains high, rates are up, stock and bond markets are down, and recession worries are increasing. However there are some positive signs, and medium-long-term returns remain strong. How did we get here and what’s next? We’ll also cover the important difference between investing and speculating, and how understanding a buyer’s strike can improve [Read More]

Recession outlook: consumer sentiment, inflation, and unemployment

By |2022-07-22T14:22:34-07:00July 22nd, 2022|Blog, In the news, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Personal Wealth|

The recession question Will there be a recession? Are we in a recession already?  The most pressing questions for investors for the second half of 2022 center around the prospect of a recession. To assess these matters, we must look to what Shakespeare called “the root of all heartache,” namely: expectations. “Expectation is the [Read More]

What to do in a volatile market: Should I sell my stock?

By |2022-07-25T14:53:44-07:00June 30th, 2022|Blog, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Personal Wealth, Staying the course|

The stock market has been anything but stable recently. And unsurprisingly, that usually means our emotions haven’t been either. Financial freedom is tied to market performance, and when you start hearing about “down markets” or “recessions,” one question tends to come up in our nervous brains… Should I sell my stock? At its face it [Read More]

Q122 Quarterly Context Video

By |2022-04-25T10:00:32-07:00April 25th, 2022|Blog, Financial planning tips and perspectives, In the news, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Lifestyle, Quarterly thoughts|

The Ukraine/Russia conflict and the world’s response is affecting markets, inflation remains higher and rising, the Fed raised and plans to raise rates further, the yield curve is trying to tell us something about the economy, gambling risks are far higher than investing, what the stink-eye effect on your portfolio might be… Watch to [Read More]

Is Self-reliance Standing in your Wealth’s Way? Learn to Trust a Fiduciary Advisor

By |2022-09-05T19:17:54-07:00March 23rd, 2022|Blog, Business Owners, Fiduciary, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Personal Wealth|

You’ve worked hard to get to where you are, and self-reliance has allowed you to forge your own path. The long hours, perseverance, and independent-thinking paid off, which makes it easier to look in a mirror with some pride. But we have to give credit where it’s due, or our sense of self-reliance can [Read More]

The periodic table of investment returns and your portfolio

By |2022-03-07T09:37:25-08:00February 27th, 2022|Blog, Business Owners, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Personal Wealth|

Whenever you hear about a winning stock or a soaring asset class, you may start to fear you are missing out on investment returns. Daily hype from the media or unsolicited advice from friends about ‘where to invest right now’ can make you question your investment choices, make bad decisions or leave you feeling [Read More]

Why a market correction shouldn’t make you worry

By |2021-10-24T14:06:55-07:00October 24th, 2021|Blog, Fiduciary, Financial planning tips and perspectives, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Staying the course|

When stock market performance outpaces expectations for an extended period, as it has recently, the anticipation of a market correction (a drop of 10% of more) can worry investors.  But, should you be concerned?  After all, significant drops in the stock markets are fairly common, as are rebounds and new highs.  While market fundamentals [Read More]

Investment returns: How Optimistic Should You Be?

By |2022-09-05T19:34:59-07:00July 30th, 2021|Blog, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Personal Wealth|

Investment returns may not be on your mind right now as the summer brings highly anticipated changes where we can re-engage with our loved ones and communities in person. It will take some time to gain perspective on the economic and social implications of the global pandemic, especially since its effects have varied among [Read More]

Why Rebalancing your Portfolio in the Midst of Crisis is Essential for Long-term Success

By |2022-09-05T19:30:49-07:00April 9th, 2020|In the news, Blog, Investment Management, Investor behavior, Personal Wealth, Staying the course|

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the term rebalancing now extends past investment portfolios as we all rebalance our lives around staying at home, creatively social distancing, and protecting our health. It is a rebalancing act that people did not anticipate; we're all learning lessons that will linger on once this crisis is [Read More]

Video: Market and investor behavior perspectives related to the coronavirus

By |2020-07-20T13:28:45-07:00March 25th, 2020|Investor behavior, In the news, Staying the course|

Gain perspective about the confluence of events affecting the markets, including the coronavirus. What are the drivers of current volatility? Where do markets and diversified portfolios stand now? How does this market compare to the many volatile markets in the past? See how bad markets have strong recoveries. See why panic is not an [Read More]

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