Monthly Archives: March 2014

World-Class Coaching Event: Love the Bear Market, Mind over Money

I met with a gentleman last week who confessed to having made a mistake recently thinking we were in a BEAR market. His story began years ago and took an ugly turn early this past December, just two months ago. … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones, Alanis Morissette, and Rothbard: Your Weekly Web Gems

Tinkering with wage control . . . Obama’s latest foray into the business of small business would re-write the rules for overtime and salaried workers. No surprise that such policies are fraught with unintended consequences and may only hurt those … Continue reading

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HOW DO I PLAN WHEN THERE’S A BEAR IN MY WAY? World-Class Coaching Event – April 22

Are we in a bear market? Technically, No. Those who consider themselves experts on the topic of choosing these words call what we have been experiencing a correction. Bear markets require a market decline of more than 20%. Think of … Continue reading

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SAVE THE DATE: World-Class Investor Coaching Event – April 22, 2014

In late January we hosted our quarterly coaching event at the University Club, and despite another snowstorm we again had record attendance.  We still cannot say for sure if it’s the content of the presentation or the content of the … Continue reading

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A movie review, Open borders, and Sweatshops: Your Weekly Web Gems

House of Cards: A Review . . . Prof. Steve Horwitz reviews the hit show from a libertarian economic perspective and finds some accurate–albeit unsettling–portrayals of life in D.C. What if we opened the borders? (4:05) . . . Wouldn’t … Continue reading

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