Invest in Women - Carnegie Blog Article

Why you should be investing in women… Today is International Women’s Day and it made me think of a very interesting article I came across from Bloomberg Gadfly titled “The Next Warren Buffett Will Be a Woman”. Some of the arguments include: A 2010 study by Vanguard showed that men were more likely to panic […]

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Risk Domino Carnegie Investment Counsel

You can do a quick search on Google and find the definition of risk as “a situation involving exposure to danger.” With the recent volatility in the stock markets, we hear and read headlines that would make you think the world is coming to an end. I think the reason we see so much of […]

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crystal ball business man trying to predict the market

If you thought this was going to be another stuffy blog post about an economic or stock market forecast, you are mistaken. While we spend numerous hours researching, debating and discussing how we should position client portfolios for the coming year and beyond, I have grown further skeptical of “market outlooks” that are published annually […]

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Cropped image of man shrugging shoulders

I asked myself this past week, can you predict the market? I was recently reading a blog about predictions and how often people are wrong in their predictions, whether it be about a particular stock, sports team or political event. Every baseball analyst on ESPN predicted that the Cleveland Indians would beat the New York […]

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The Thinker image

As someone who studied economics in college, I have always been fascinated by human decision making, not just in business but in life. I recently was listening to a Bloomberg podcast interview with Daniel Kahneman that was recorded last year. Kahneman is a professor emeritus of psychology at Princeton University, the author of the best-selling […]

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Year to date return chart 2017

CHECKING IN AT THE QUARTER MILE MARK 2017 market sector performance after the first quarter, I thought it would be good to check in on what market sectors are performing the best and worst thus far. Below is a table that shows the S&P 500 return YTD and each sector of the S&P 500. It […]

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