A Time of ‘Financial Repression’: Seawright
The facts surrounding bonds and interest rates suggest there are good reasons to be concerned, as plenty of people already are.
The Boomer Legacy: An Economic Mess
"We are selfish, entitled toads who hate our kids," Bob Seawright says of his generation.
Mastering the Game of Imperfect Forecasting
Techniques to limit unpredictability's sting.
The .400 Hitter and the Investment Superstar
Why outsize performance is getting harder to achieve.
The Fiduciary Standard Is Far From Enough
Above all, the advisory field needs to become more competent, Bob Seawright says.
How to Cure Advisors’ Crisis of Confidence
Many advisors are in a dispirited state; here’s a better way forward.
Investment Advice That Will Pass Time's Test
Bob Seawright's best investing advice for 2016: stop following what's hot.
Why Critical Thinking Is in Short Supply
An illusion of causality can trip up even trained pros, Bob Seawright says.
Don’t Make ‘The Godfather’ Your Business Model
Despite the much-repeated advice from the iconic 1972 film that business decisions aren’t personal, the opposite should be true for financial advisors, Bob Seawright says.
Fatal Retirement Portfolio Mistake: Confusing ‘Optimized’ With ‘Safe’
Moving away from guaranteed income options is a mistake, Seawright says: There's nothing "safe" about 95% success rates when failure means destitution in old age.