Both Uber and Lyft came to market in the last two weeks as they attempt to raise funds to continue their efforts to become leaders in autonomous
Negotiations are fun, right? China in the last week has pulled back a number of their proposed concessions in advance of the Vice Premier’s visit to the
I recently discussed with an entrepreneur his plans for putting his four kids through college. They all have solid grades and look to be on track to attend
If you have a Netflix account, you are not alone. Streaming services continue to capture market share and we believe this trend will continue.
Markets have pushed upward as earnings have generally met reduced expectations. Interest rates have remained low and bolstered expectations for GDP growth.
Traditional lenders in the past have accounted for a significant percentage of corporate and personal lending. That is now changing as less traditional
Believe it or not, there is a presidential election next year in 2020. Has it really been 2 ½ years since the last presidential election?
As is usually
Energy prices remain under pressure as an economic slowdown continues on a global basis without any end in sight. Additionally, while there are calls for
We have been saying for some time that we believe the Federal Reserve would likely raise interest rates far less than people feared. Our belief was the
I spoke with a sophisticated investor this week and she asked me if I might consider highlighting a few investment and planning principles that we believe
European GDP growth forecasts reduced
Concerns continue to plague market sentiment and yet again another growth forecast is reduced. The European monetary
With the news that the United States failed to agree with North Korea on a denuclearization plan, investors are rightfully wondering how to invest based on