August 15, 2019
Broad based US equity indexes posted new all-time highs over the past two weeks, with the most recent peaks on July 15. In addition to the widely followed Dow Jones Industrials and the S&P 500, the DJTMI and NASDAQ Composite index have all bettered previous highs, some dating back to the beginning of 2018.
Wishing you a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. Here are some patriotic thoughts to ponder on your day off - from the Art of Manliness blog.
The Best John Adams Quotes
By Jeremy Anderberg on Jul 02, 2019 12:53 pm
While figures like Thomas Jefferson and George Washington may come more readily to mind when we think of America’s revolutionary period and founding, the foremost proponent of the cause of independence was truly John Adams. Nobody made more speeches with more vigor for the side of liberty. Because of this, he was put on a five-man committee to draw up a Declaration of Independence, and became that document’s most ardent advocate.
Topics: Independence Day
Small businesses stay small either by choice, or because they start chasing growth in the wrong places.
When you strip away the layers, it all comes down to darts.
Imagine a dart board with a bull’s eye and around it is a series of wider and wider circles. The bull’s eye is where the people just like you hang out. They are the people (or businesses) who feel the problem your company set out to solve. They are usually your first customers and raving fans.
June 17, 2019
After a bruising May, the first half of June brought good news to investors as equity prices climbed backtoward their early May highs. Hints from the Federal Reserve that interest rate reductions may be in place as soon as July cheered markets in the US and deflated recession expectations among the pundit class.
Summary commentary from a recent article by Lynn O'Shaughnessy, College Planing Specialist
I recently read an outstanding article by Lynn O'Shaughnessy, a specialist in college planning who heads up a service we subscribe to for college planning and advice for parents. The topic was how to make a decision when faced with competing opportunities for your child's college education - an expensive, well-known school or a more affordable option that may not be as sexy.
Topics: college planning