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Thin(k) About Your 401(k) Plan: Reflections on 10 Years as An Advisor – Part 3

It’s probably not surprising that investment strategies are unique just like people. Each investment client is different in what motivates him or her to invest or how he or she feels about risk.  As a result, advisors use both science…
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Thoughts in Charts: Office Space

  Office Uncertainty: it’s a real thing. With so many people working from home, I’d love to see a graph about how much time people have spent wondering if they will ever return to the office. It’s probably up there with the…
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Thin(k) About Your 401(k) Plan: Reflections on 10 Years as An Advisor – Part 2

As I continue looking back over the last 10 years as an advisor at ThirtyNorth Investments, I realize that 2020 reflects a critical early lesson about discipline I like to share with clients and prospects. Recent conversations brought clarity…
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Thin(k) About Your 401(k) Plan: Reflections on 10 Years as An Advisor – Part 1

I just celebrated 10 years as an advisor at ThirtyNorth Investments. The cliché holds that time flies when you are having fun.  I remember the day when my partner, Suzanne, and I met, and I learned about the Registered Investment Advisor…
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Thoughts in Charts: We Will Pay for This

Source: Congressional Budget Office This week’s graph is a bit of a bummer, so if you are having a “rainbows and butterflies” type of day, maybe just skip it. The chart is the Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) projection of…
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Where Did It Go?

When special US government programs distribute money to individuals broadly, we often wonder how the money was actually used. It can occur after a natural disaster, and it happened in March with the $2.2 trillion CARES Act stimulus in response…