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Why High-Quality Equities Are Still Attractive

Why High-Quality Equities Are Still Attractive

“Given the current interest rate environment and the projection of such, we think that the inclusion of an interest rate factor in the valuation of equities has become an important facet to consider – equities should no longer be valued in isolation anymore.”1 - Robert Shiller, Nobel Prize...

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“Don’t Fight The Fed”

“Don’t Fight The Fed”

What a year it has been. You have to go back nearly a century to find a similarly disruptive year (the Spanish flu of 1918, The Great Depression starting in 1929 and lasting until 1933, World War I and II). The global coronavirus pandemic has impacted everybody, disrupting daily life in ways most...

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Patience is a Virtue

Patience is a Virtue

“Patience is a Virtue”. We have all heard the phrase, likely echoed down from a parent or grandparent at a time when it was the last thing we wanted to hear. The proverbial phrase was first coined in the 14th century by the English poet William Langland in the work Piers Plowman. Piers Plowman...

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The Merchant of Venice

The Merchant of Venice

In 1596 William Shakespeare was hard at work in south London writing what was to become the Merchant of Venice. The play was first premiered in the Court of King James and received immediate acclaim. An instant classic, the plot centered around Shylock, a greedy moneylender and Antonio &...

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