In Calm Market Waters, Beware of Sharks
When times and markets are good, it's easy to be complacent and lose discipline. But risks are always lurking, Bob Seawright warns.
With the retreat of summer, students have headed back to class. Football season's returned, and hurricane season is peaking — with disastrous consequences so far in Texas, Florida and beyond.
Why Does Warren Buffett Fail at Investing (Sometimes)?
A look at the numbers shows why Buffett, and all of us, underperforms at times, says Bob Seawright.
Seawright: I Hope This Doesn't Describe You
Too many advisors fail to practice evidence-based investing and advice. Don't fall for these alternatives.
Spring tends to bring predictable changes, like warmer temperatures and blossoming flowers. But this spring seems to entail its fair share of unpredictable events as well.
Hoping for a Regulatory Miracle
Many advisors would love some common sense to be exercised in 2017 with respect to the DOL's fiduciary rule.
Climate Change Is Real: The Investing Implications
We can avoid arguing about the causes of climate change and simply put our money to work in companies that deal with the consequences.
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.
A New Wealth Focus
For Research on Wealth’s first quarterly issue, we focus on low yields—how they impact your clients and your business, and what you can do in response.
The boomer legacy: an economic mess
How my generation has failed our kids.