You Can’t Predict the Future, So Stop Trying!

You Can’t Predict the Future, So Stop Trying!

Larry Swedroe wrote a terrific piece for etf.com a few weeks ago called Better to Face Correction. He delivers a great no-nonsense take on trying to time your way around a correction: “Even if you believe the probability of a correction is high, it’s far from certain....
Blade Runner: Reality Catches Up With Science Fiction

Blade Runner: Reality Catches Up With Science Fiction

Self-driving cars, lifelike robots, artificial intelligence, and video phones used to be the stuff of fiction. Now, Millennials and members of Gen Z may find the original Blade Runner movie a bit dated. After all, many of the tech innovations imagined have become a...
Queue the Punditry – It’s Predictions and Forecasts Time

Queue the Punditry – It’s Predictions and Forecasts Time

GROWTH, GROWTH, WHERE’S THE GROWTH? It’s that time of the year again: The time when pundits and analysts assess the present and forecast the future. Here are a few predictions from The World in 2017, which is published by The Economist: • Forecasts suggest the United...

2016 Half-Time Report 3 of 3 – Where We May Be Going

2016 Half-Time Report – Where We May Be Going Jonathan K. DeYoe, a 20 year veteran of capital markets, discusses the global markets and events that effected the global economy up through mid-year 2016 and offers some of his ideas on how those events might unfold...
Looking Towards the Future

Looking Towards the Future

WONDERING WHAT THE NEXT DECADE MAY BRING? In The Tempest, Shakespeare tells us, “What’s past is prologue.” Our history brings us to this place and sets the stage for our future. Everything that has gone before brings us to this unique moment and...