Monthly Archives: January 2016

What I’ve learned in 10 years

This week while I was out on the bike I realized that I’ve been in a client-facing financial role for over 10 years as of last November. A little hard for me to believe, but that’s what the numbers say. When I took a job working for a dually registered broker a year out of college […]

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Fireside Markets on Hiatus

The podcast is going on hiatus for an indefinite future. I have really enjoyed doing it but other priorities are taking over and it’s not something I can keep going at this point. I am disappointed, because I had a ton of fun and had a few more good interviews lined up, but these are […]

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4Q 2015 Markets in Review

Market Overview Markets ended the year with a strong fourth quarter but that rally was only enough to bring global stocks back to breakeven for the full calendar year. Small cap US stocks struggled to keep pace with their large cap brethren and emerging markets had another very difficult year, once again posting double-digit losses […]

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