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Will The President Provide Economic Security?

The question is not one of public policy or who should be president, but how do we as a nation (and advisors) help create a sense of security for each and every one of us. Continue reading

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Corporate Malfeasance vs. Fiduciary Standards

As corporate malfeasance becomes more and more obvious to the citizens of the world, your neighbor, my neighbor, the neighbor’s neighbor are all “Mad as Hell and not going to take it anymore!” How long can we all stand by … Continue reading

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The Failure of Modern Portfolio Theory

Modern Portfolio Theory, as brought to you by the Pulitzer Prize winning Harry Markowitz, was originally published in 1952.  With later additions by Merton Miller and William Sharpe, its technical market analysis and risk adjusted return theories remain just that, … Continue reading

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