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Why This Nobel Prize-Winning Theory May Be Hurting Your Investment Portfolio

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If you went to your financial advisor and asked him to allocate your stock, bond, or fund investments, there is a good chance the allocation generated will come from an academic model called portfolio theory. 461 more words

Money Matters

GDP@Risk: A New Metric Worth Noting

Last month, the Paris climate change accord became active, and already we are starting to see some interesting research developing as a consequence of that international initiative. 1,265 more words


That one Christmas...

In light of the holiday season I thought it would be fun to write about the Christmas “date” Jackson and I had a few years ago. 343 more words


Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.

T. S. Eliot

Beta is the incline of a straight line

Beta (which is symbolized as β) is the incline of a straight line. Mathematicians would say the same thing another way, that beta is the slope of a regression line. 642 more words

Personal Finance

Forsaking All for Christ: How a 22-Year-Old Is Proving that Young People Can Do Hard Things for Christ

This morning I awoke to a great article at The Gospel Coalition that highlighted the missionary life and journey of 22-year-old missionary, David Marino. I was baited by the title of the article, and hooked in during the interview style article. 638 more words


The Minimalist Insurance Policy

How much have you paid in insurance premiums over the course of your life?  Vehicle, health, home, business, life, and a whole slew of other insurance types are seemingly essential today. 641 more words