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Do you have a favorite season? Would you choose winter, spring, summer or fall? Or perhaps the holiday season, beach season or football season? Whatever your choice, I suspect that tax season is near the bottom of your list. Like it or not, on Monday,...

2022 was a tough year to be an investor. Supply chain bottlenecks, the highest inflation we've seen in 40 years, the war in Ukraine and a very aggressive Federal Reserve all ran headlong into elevated stock and bond valuations creating an unpleasant scenario for most...

Wesley and I snuck away to London for the first part of December for our delayed pandemic travel and Christmas present to ourselves. We saw the historic sights, enjoyed the city’s plentiful holiday décor, ate delicious food, and generally found ourselves able to relax and...

When I was a kid, some of my favorite books were from the Frog and Toad series by Arnold Lobel. Each book contains five silly, yet profound, stories about a tall, green, easy-going frog and a short, more serious, and sometimes neurotic, toad. The stories...

In 1974, two psychologists, Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman, published the paper, "Judgment under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases." In it, they discuss biases inherent in all of us that, consciously or not (usually not) impact our decision-making. All were groundbreaking at the time and remain...