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Liquidity Risks of the H2O Variety

“Whiskey is for drinking; water is for fighting over.” In these increasingly water-constrained times, this quote is as relevant as ever. The fact is water — or the lack of it — poses investor risks. Companies and investors can no longer ignore increasing competition over limited water resources. Read more

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To Rebalance or Not to Rebalance

To Rebalance or Not to Rebalance

Does rebalancing add value? More specifically, are the people who have the most to gain from rebalancing actively engaged in the practice? And are those who are actively rebalancing actually benefiting from the exercise? These are questions to which all professional money managers should have crystal clear answers. Read more

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A More Personalized Approach to Private Wealth

Instead of developing a one-size-fits-all rubric or concentrating on honing their social savvy, whether interpersonally or via social media, private wealth managers might be better served by focusing on their metrics, their risk mitigation, and, especially, the development of individualized strategies designed for clients’ particular situations, that take into account what they ultimately want to achieve with their wealth. Read more

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