Carlton Neel

Tug O’ War

The Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer.  It definitely felt a little odd this year, as none of the parades and celebrations were occurring.  Usually people are out at barbeques in big gatherings, commonly playing field games- one of my childhood favorites was Tug O’ War.  The U.S. stock market is now …

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Beware the Crowds

This is not a commentary about social distancing, or the need to stay away from large gatherings due to the risk associated with the spread of the coronavirus—although it could be, because we are all very well read on the supposed need to do so.  It is about the risk to investors who follow the …

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My Maserati does 185

Recently I was contemplating how many investment platforms and tools I have used over the years managing money as a portfolio manager.  Most professional money managers have a pretty hefty budget to allocate toward research, and in particular systems to help them do the research to determine what specific securities to invest in.  One of …

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Get Active

Depending on where you live and what you and your family decided, in all likelihood you’ve been in some version of “quarantine” for around a month.  Despite some promising signs around potentially effective therapies for Covid-19, based on what we’ve seen thus far, I’m guessing that we’ll be pretty limited in “normal” movement for quite …

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