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15 Oct 2019 | Neil's Notes | Neil Rose

Neil’s Notes

Hope springs eternal
Some mildly positive news came last week as the U.S. and China agreed to concepts of a “phase one” trade accord, with China promising to up purchases of U.S. agricultural products and the U.S. cancelling its tariff increase on $250 billion of ...

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08 Oct 2019 | Neil's Notes | Neil Rose

Neil’s Notes

I’m trying to allocate some time for reflection, and, in a world with too much information, actively discard the unimportant stuff, exercise some quiet, and jot down some facts and thoughts I want to keep.  I’d thought I’d share some.  ...

Long Cycles

Looking at the 10-year bond yields going back to the 1950’s, two secular cycles are clearly visible in the data. One shows a steady decline in yields from 1981 to approximately 2010. The other cycle denotes a secular upward trend ...

09 Aug 2019 | Cadinha Counters

Conciliatory?

The market's rally today emanated from a view that the Chinese support of its own yuan was a ...

01 Mar 2019 | Cadinha Big Picture

Does your financial planner dare utter the “R...

Does your financial adviser explain the risks associated with each product they sell you?

Or do they let you sift through the ...

19 Feb 2019 | Cadinha Big Picture

Conciliatory?

It’s difficult to imagine ever hearing something like that from your physician. But that, in a nutshell, is the difference between a salesperson and an ...

23 Jan 2019 | Cadinha Big Picture

We Don’t Think Like Typical Advisers

Take a moment and think about how you typically drive down a road. The majority of time you look ahead, constantly assessing factors like road ...

13 Dec 2018 | Cadinha Cuts Through

Losing Isn’t Winning Growing wealth: a defensive strategy. Think for a moment about why we invest in the first place. Do we invest—put money at risk for a future ...

Financial Planning Cadinha Style At Cadinha & Company, we have our own definition of financial planning. It has nothing to do with generic forms or formulaic investment styles. Rather, ...

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