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Best of the blog – one year and counting

When we started this blog one year ago, our vision was to create a resource that would provide context, provocative ideas and practical advice for financial advisors as they work hard to help investors improve their financial security. As a reflection of an advisor’s  multi-faceted and incredibly challenging job – depending on the day, you

Nov 29, 2011 Categories: The Way Back Machine

Bondstock: What’s in a Name?

This year, Russell celebrates 75 years in business. Some might see this is a noteworthy milestone and others might see it as having little relevance to the future. I think it means something – especially when considering the first investment product that Frank Russell (the founder of our firm) offered, called Bondstock. It was far from

Aug 11, 2011 Categories: The Way Back Machine

A little perspective on equities

There is no shortage of news items for investors to focus on – disasters in Japan, political tensions in the Middle East and North Africa, etc. – but it’ s worth noting how far the markets have come in the last two years and where we are year-to-date in regards to U.S. equities. It was just over

Mar 29, 2011 Categories: The Way Back Machine

Investing secrets and ancient spice traders

You’ve probably heard before how valuable spices were in the ancient world. Before global trade blossomed, people could only get spices such as pepper, cinnamon, saffron and frankincense from enterprising merchants willing to transport them from far off places. What you may not have heard, though, are the stories sneaky spice traders dreamt up to

Dec 23, 2010 Categories: The Way Back Machine
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