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Investing Tribes and the Paradox of Choice

As investors, we are faced with an overwhelming amount of data, analysis, and opinions, says Tadas Viskanta. Choosing a well-defined investment approach — joining an investing tribe — by definition, reduces the number of decisions we need to make. Also, minimizing the “paradox of choice” makes our lives more coherent and manageable. Read more


The C-Suite Speaks: Industry Restocking

There were signs that inventories have been sufficiently depleted, and that industry is cautiously beginning to restock again. However, Scott Krisiloff, CFA, cautions, if inventories are restocked and demand doesn’t concurrently rebound, companies will shortly find themselves in a precarious position once again. Read more

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The C-Suite Speaks: Department Store Rebound?

Department stores don’t provide the same read on the economy as they did in the past, but, overall, activity is still depressed, says Scott Krisiloff, CFA. Yet there are signs of a possible upturn. And while the presidential election has been a source of uncertainty, the polls may be starting to give an indication of who is likely to win without having to wait until Election Day. Read more

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The Cost of Cheap: Slavery in the Supply Chain

It’s conceivable slavery made it into your clothing or perhaps even the circuits that you are using to read this. It shouldn’t be that way. The case against slavery is about more than just morality. It’s about money and a material risk to a broad cross section of widely owned businesses that is underappreciated, potentially disastrous, and (in time) easily mitigated. Read more