Posted by: Tom McKeon | May 23, 2018
Asking an advisor about performance is the wrong question. Your outcome will be far more dependent on his fees and business model.
Posted by: Tom McKeon | April 27, 2018
If you want to keep a lid on your chances to meet your investment objectives, pursue one or more of the activities listed below, and you will likely suffer lower returns, accept too much risk and pay too much for the privilege.
Posted by: Tom McKeon | April 19, 2018
In this issue: 1Q-2018 Review & Outlook, OH...That Volatility, Portfolio Activity, Update on Clothier Springs Capital Partners, The Index Revolution Continues--Not Your Father's Portfolio, Alpha, Schmalpha
Posted by: Tom McKeon | March 19, 2018
Low-Cost ETFs continue to expose discredited investment strategies and legacy business models.
Your investment outcome is largely a function of your advisors' business and service model, not his investing acumen.
Posted by: CSCM Staff | January 23, 2018
In this issue of our periodic newsletter PremiumPoints: 2017 Review & Outlook, What Volatility?, Account Security & LogIns, CSCM Major Projects in 2017, What Is a Bitcoin Worth? and ETF Update.
Posted by: Tom McKeon | December 7, 2017
When enthusiasm outweighs reason, there will ultimately be excruciating anxiety, pain and permanent loss of capital.
Posted by: Tom McKeon | November 1, 2017
Why is a Bitcoin worth more today than yesterday, last month or last year? An eager supply of Greater Fools will not last forever.
Posted by: Tom McKeon | October 9, 2017
...because active managers are pushing back with obfuscation, disinformation and half-truths.
Posted by: CSCM Staff | August 17, 2017
In this Issue: Review & Outlook 2Q-2017, Clothier Springs Turns Seven, New Website Launch, CFA Badge and an excerpt from "One Boy's Journey."
Posted by: Tom McKeon | July 14, 2017
With apologies to Jack Bogle, if ever there was a period that proved the benefit of a global asset allocation, the first half of 2017 was that period.
Posted by: Tom McKeon | April 25, 2017
Collecting option premium in a sideways market is as good as it gets.