Should We Sell And Go To Cash?

The first six months of 2020 saw the advent of the worst global public health crisis in a century—since the 1918 influenza pandemic. In response, the world locked down, putting its economy into a kind of medically induced coma. As a response to the pandemic, the...

The Cost of Procrastination

Years ago, I lived in a large apartment complex with friends from college. We were newly minted graduates entering our chosen careers. The combination of discretionary income and living in a new city kept us occupied during our time outside of work. Visiting the...

Tuning Out the Noise

  Being bombarded with data and headlines presented as impactful to your financial well-being can evoke strong emotional responses from even the most experienced investors. Headlines from the “lost decade”[1] can help illustrate several periods that...