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Winding the Stem

Written by Ed Brzychcy, Blue Cord Management Recently I had the great privilege of speaking with Rob Lutts of Cabot Wealth Management regarding the lessons that we may learn from some of the greatest business leaders in the past few decades. In his recently published book The Great Game of Business – Investing to Win, […]

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American Innovation: Leading the Global Revolution

The slowing growth of the emerging markets, including China, combined with the inability of our economy to trend to a higher level of growth has investors confused and worried. While each of these issues can seem a bit troubling, a good deal of this slowing in the U.S. is related to our advances in productivity […]

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It’s Time To Champion Financial Literacy

When it comes to financial literacy, Massachusetts received an ‘F.’ A recent report, The National Report Card on State Efforts to Improve Financial Literacy in High Schools, indicated that most states are failing to properly educate students on personal finance, with Massachusetts being one of the worst culprits. Although Massachusetts ranks first in national testing, […]

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What’s the Magic Number?

In the middle of the Great Depression, on August 14, 1935, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act, a law providing a financial safety net for disabled and elderly Americans. Eighty years later, this program is still in full effect supporting millions of people annually, making it an integral component of retirement income planning. […]

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World Book Day: Celebrate Financial Literacy

Beginning in 1995, The United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) proclaimed April 23 as World Book Day. Every year since, millions of people across the globe in schools, public organizations and private business, have celebrated the day to help the fight against illiteracy, recognizing the influence that books can have and supporting the […]

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