Welcome to 2019!
Like me, I’m sure you have enthusiastically followed the discussion of the Phillips Curve by our former and current Federal Reserve Board chairs. No? What is the Phillips Curve, you might ask? That very question tells me…Continue Reading
Most Americans will spend more time planning for the holiday season than they will for their financial futures. The average American spends…Continue Reading
Many exciting things are happening at Strategies and I would like to share a few of those with…Continue Reading
Volatility returns to the capital markets. What does this mean for investors…Continue Reading
Welcome to the new year. There has been quite a lot of activity at SCM this past quarter and I would like to share some of the highlights with you…Continue Reading
I learned about a new trend this week, or at least one new to me: “tiny houses”. As I sat in a barber chair, the young stylist described to me her and her boyfriend’s dream…Continue Reading
Summers in Colorado are unique in many ways. While growing up in the Midwest, mine were filled with humidity, bugs and fun times cooling off in the pool. Colorado summers, on the other hand, are hot, dry and bug‐free. Probably the best part of these months in our state are the cool mornings and evenings, sometimes precipitated by a passing thunderstorm after a sweltering hot day. 17-07 Quarterly Economic and Market Update
I returned recently from a financial-education trip to Cuba, where relaxed restrictions now allow us to experience its great culture and fascinating history. The most eye-opening statistic I learned while there is that the average wage Continue Reading…
Last year I wrote about New Year’s resolutions and investor behavior. Before I revisit the slim odds that any of us stuck to our 2016 resolutions, let’s welcome our newest employee to the firm, Matt Oakley.
For more on our latest Market and Economic commentary, click here 17-01 Around the Firm
Many large cities around the country, including our own here in Denver, confront significant traffic issues. Several studies over the years have identified ways to mitigate growing traffic backups, usually by adding lanes, increasing public transit routes, and so on.
However, one study out of Seattle recently concluded that an individual driver has more control than they know,..
For the Q3 2016 Financial Highlighs and more thoughts from Tom Gonnella, click here: 16-10-scm-quarterly-newsletter
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