Home Financial Advisors

Financial Advisors

The 2018 Berkshire Hathaway letter to shareholders is 14 pages of the usual goodness, but I wanted to skip right to the end and all the best stuff. Over pages 13 and 14 Buffett goes through a brief history of the United States and its successes....
Discussions on interest rates tend to fall into two camps – the state based view and the market based view. The state based view says that the government can always control the cost of its interest while the market based view argues that the market (typically “bond vigilantes”)...
The idea of a “Green New Deal” is all the rage on the left these days. This is a huge, bold plan to transform the US economy. Here are some highlights from the proposal: Net zero greenhouse gas emissions within 10 years by replacing “all existing buildings in the...
(I did a quick hit on Bloomberg TV yesterday discussing buybacks, but I wanted to dive in in a bit more detail. You can see my brief comments here at the 6:30 second mark.) In today’s edition of People Are Saying Stupid Things About Stock Buybacks I want to...
One of my favorite things to think about in investing is the theoretical investor who slept through 1987. We all know about “Black Monday”, the crash of 1987, when stocks fell 23% in one day. It was terrifying. But the craziest thing about 1987 is that the S&P...
Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) is in the news a lot lately. And that has resulted in a number of “critiques”. Most of these critiques are, to be blunt, trash. You see, the thing is, MMT is really, really confusing and most people don’t get it right at first....
You’ve endured years of medical school, grueling schedules and lower pay. Once you’re finally earning money as a full-time physician, it can be tempting to upgrade your lifestyle accordingly. This is called “lifestyle inflation,” and it’s a money downfall that many doctors are all too familiar with. It doesn’t matter...
Sometimes it feels like our world is becoming more closed off despite the fact that we’re more interconnected than we’ve ever been. This interconnectedness is new and scary in ways. I get it, but it’s also exciting and something I think we should try to embrace. Of...
Jack Bogle is gone, but his impact will last forever. That’s certainly true for me. No single person had a bigger impact on my firm and career direction than Bogle  The post Thanks, Jack…. appeared first on Pragmatic Capitalism. Source link
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC)…wow, like a whirlwind, she went from virtual nobody to Congressional sensation. These days it’s almost impossible to avoid hearing about her. Rightfully so, her story is a pretty amazing one. I won’t rehash that story, but she does have some bold economic views so I...