I was part of a relationship management team for a family with hundreds of million dollars in wealth built in the growth of a Fortune 500 company. My job: taking care of the kids. A profoundly unforgiving form of employment
Failing to pay sufficient attention to relative levels of volatility is an all too common departure from intelligent long-term investing. This holds equally true with regard to individual securities, indices and entire markets.
Having worked in Albany, I know a thing or two about dysfunctional government and, while it’s admittedly hard to do, Albany may well even beat out the United States Congress on that score. Nevertheless, the alternative isn’t
Understanding liquidity – your ability to buy or sell an asset within a particular period of time – is 100% essential. ETFs, for example, are highly liquid: they can be bought or sold with the click of a mouse. Real
Many wealthy people (and the people that advise or . . . ahem, surround them) wear bow ties. It is important to sort out your feelings on them because the bowtie sends a mixed signal – and there will almost certainly
In today’s highly uncertain times, yield is (or should be) highly valued by almost every investor. When investments have an identifiable and trackable yield, investors have more information to evaluate the potential of the
At the 2013 Annual Benefit for Forestdale, Inc., held on April 16 at New York Public Radio’s Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, Frazer was pleased to present Forestdale’s President, Anstiss Agnew, with a substantial
Closely examine European economic policy. Then just do exactly the opposite. Repeat. ‘Nuff said. — Frazer Rice