Research

Jul 2014
Behavioral Finance

For most researchers working in neuroscience, the Holy Grail is to discover how to regenerate the neurons of the brain. Such a feat would help […]

Apr 2014
Buy Low, Sell High Or Buy High, Sell Higher?

Fund managers have different strategies for navigating the ebbs and flows of investing.  For Value style investors, it all boils down to […]

Dec 2013
The Fed Forecast

What will interest rates do?  Who really knows?  The answer to that question is important to the US economy, the equity markets and […]

Jul 2013
BACK IN THE USA

As a proud member of the Baby Boomer generation, I can remember the surprise when the large bulge of population arrived at grade school, and […]

Apr 2013
The Working Retired

One day retirement wealth will be important – at least to those of us still kicking. The sources that determine our success include Social Security, […]

Feb 2013
THE WARNING LABEL

It is no secret that the Federal Funds rate is extremely low.  It has been low for a while, and according to the Federal Reserve, […]

Oct 2012
AN INTEREST IN DIVIDENDS

THE CASE FOR DIVIDENDS

“Do you know the only thing that gives me pleasure?” oil magnate John D. Rockefeller once asked, It is to see my […]

Jul 2012
“IT’S A (NOT SO) SMALL WORLD, AFTER ALL”

The iconic Sherman brother’s song written for Walt Disney for the 1964 World’s Fair originally served to invoke world unity after the Cuban Missile Crisis. Capital […]

Apr 2012
“RETURN-FREE RISK”

THE LONG-TERM BOND MARKET

Government bonds represent one of the oldest forms of financial securities. In the 17th century, England issued government bonds in order to […]