Monthly Archives: March 2015

Fear as Fuel

By Michele Porterfield A few weekends ago we took our kids skiing for the day. In a few years they can ski unsupervised, but for now taking them skiing means we are right behind them. I haven’t skied in years myself, so to be honest it was not a day I was particularly looking forward…
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Investment Lessons

By Aaron Weiss   The traditional theory of investing is pretty intuitive to Americans. You purchase an asset that you predict will appreciate, give it time to mature, and enjoy the profits over time. This principle is not limited to stocks, bonds, art and real estate. People are investments, too. It’s not just a metaphor!…
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