Weekly Market Commentary June 30, 2015

Weekly Market Commentary June 30, 2015

Not quite as popular as Branjelina and Kimye, ‘Grexit’ (short for Greek Exit) has gained traction as a nickname during the past few months. The British press appropriated a variation, Brexit, when they discovered that the Bank of England was researching the potential...
Weekly Market Commentary June 23, 2015

Weekly Market Commentary June 23, 2015

You’re probably familiar with the seven-year itch. Not the movie with Marilyn Monroe, but the concept that relationships can lose their luster after seven years. That may be what happened last week in China. Investors got itchy and the Chinese stock market suffered...
What Is A Father’s Role?

What Is A Father’s Role?

Modern dads are a diverse bunch. They may go to work or stay at home with the kids. They may be single, married, or dating. They may be birth parents, adoptive parents, or step-parents.1 They may be expected to teach children morals and values, offer emotional...
Weekly Market Commentary June 16, 2015

Weekly Market Commentary June 16, 2015

Sir John Templeton once said: “Bull markets are born on pessimism, grow on skepticism, mature on optimism, and die on euphoria.” If he was right, investor sentiment seems to support the idea the bull market may be around for a while. The American Association of...
Monthly Investment Commentary – June 2015

Monthly Investment Commentary – June 2015

May 2015 Recap May was a month of mixed economic signals that seemed to confuse the equity markets. Several U.S. indexes touched all-time highs before sputtering into the end of the month with a selloff. Despite this, most indexes still finished the month higher. The...