Steven Van Solkema discusses the latest economic & market commentary as of Q3 2019.View More Q3 2019 Economic & Market Commentary
With investing news and information instantly available to the public, investors have taken a do-it-yourself approach, allocating assets in seconds with one of the many…View More Building Portfolios Beyond Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT) and Conventional Investing Wisdom — How Advisors Can Add Value
Steven Van Solkema discusses the latest economic & market commentary as we hit mid-year 2019.View More 2019 Mid-Year Review and Outlook
Many investors view the stock market like a casino—put all your chips on red or black and hope for the best. Investors are seemingly obsessed…View More At the Stock Market Casino Will You Take Red or Black?
FEATURE ARTICLE Investors are Told to Buy and Hold, but Do They? Investors need to be successful if they ever want to achieve their retirement…View More Investors Are Told to Buy and Hold, But Do They?
CIO Insights In general, our opinion is that the overall market tone has changed quite significantly (for the worse) over the past several weeks. For…View More Overall Market Tone Turns Stormy
The Failure to Act report by the American Society of Civil Engineers illustrates the fundamental impact of underinvesting in infrastructure. The findings indicate that the…View More How to Fix America’s Failing Infrastructure
Steven Van Solkema discusses the latest economic & market commentary from Q1 of 2019.View More Q1 Economic & Market Commentary
In this article, Don Schreiber, Jr. discusses the markets and what these could mean for the forthcoming quarters.View More What’s up With Markets?
In this article, Don Schreiber, Jr. discusses how passive indexing has gained popularity over the last 10 years and why this may not be the best bet.View More Why Passive Indexing Is a Bad Bet as Global Conditions Weaken
Matt Schreiber analyzes Q4 2018 S&P 500 earnings and revenue.View More Q4 Earnings Wrap-Up
In this article, Don Schreiber, Jr. discusses the history of Fed control over the markets.View More The Problem with Fed Control of the Markets