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Summer in the City
June 28, 2022
Summer in the City

June started off as one of the rainiest on record in the Puget Sound region, leaving us wondering if we’d ever see summer. The answer to that, provided to us over the past weekend, is a...

Planning Under the Cares Act
Planning Under the Cares Act

As you have likely heard, Congress passed the CARES Act to manage the impact of the coronavirus. The act is broad, with nearly 900 pages outlining assistance for individuals, businesses, and our...

Market Review: 1Q 2020
Market Review: 1Q 2020

Worst! First! Fastest! Deepest! There is no shortage of superlatives to describe the public health tragedy and the devastation in the capital markets in the first quarter of 2020. On the bright...

March Madness
March Madness

This market keeps dishing up surprises! Stocks just posted the best 3-day gain since 1931. The 20%-plus gain in the S&P 500 Index between Tuesday and Thursday officially counts as a bull...

Keeping Perspective in Uncertain Times
Keeping Perspective in Uncertain Times

During the 2008 recession, “This time it’s different,” was a common refrain. Many thought markets would never recover and that the end of capitalism was at hand. There’s...

Ready Position
Ready Position

In the first quarter of 2019, recession fears quickly surrendered to optimism when, in late January, the Federal Reserve announced they would hold off on hiking interest rates. Investors...

Too Much of A Good Thing
Too Much of A Good Thing

Many investors see portfolio diversification as an almost magical strategy that reduces risk and ensures solid returns. In reality, diversification is similar to a dietary supplement: beneficial...

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