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Greece - Drama or Tragedy?

Sunday, June 28, 2015

In this Market Thoughts, we discuss key points investors should be aware of heading into a news-flow-heavy week, a week that will determine whether Greece's recent game of political chicken is merely drama or leads to detrimental investment outcomes.

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Greece - Drama or Tragedy?

Sunday, June 28, 2015

In this Market Thoughts, we discuss key points investors should be aware of heading into a news-flow-heavy week, a week that will determine whether Greece's recent game of political chicken is merely drama or leads to detrimental investment outcomes.

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Conversations with Clients

Monday, June 15, 2015

We tackle questions from readers looking for higher yields on their cash holdings, insight into the impact of a strong dollar on investment portfolios, and tips to help prevent identity theft.

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Global Central Banks

Friday, June 12, 2015

CIO Eric Freedman provides an informed perspective on the latest developments in the global capital markets. Ranging from U.S. politics to central bank policy to the economy, he explains the likely impact of current events on investors' market expectations, portfolio construction, asset allocation, and portfolio returns.

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Thomas Davis: Man of the Year

Friday, June 12, 2015

In order to retire, you have to be willing to quit. That’s harder for Thomas Davis than it is for most people. Like anyone playing in the NFL, he has to ignore exhaustion, pain, and the 300-pound giants determined to stop him from doing his job. But even among this elite group, Davis stands out.

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Getting Personal with Your Genes

Friday, June 12, 2015

The goal of the Human Genome Project was to map and sequence the 22,000 genes that make up the human genome. Their efforts also accelerated development of technology for gene analysis. and unleashed a genomic revolution.

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