When we watch the news, we hear how every day events are "drastically shaping" the market, and on a day-to-day scale, the market seems volatile. How does anyone invest for the long-term? Mike uses several big ideas to shape the way he puts his portfolios together. While not every investment is right for you, Mike thinks that arming yourself with knowledge and perspective can help you make the right choices.
We invite you to take a look at some of our blogs on Mile High Investing for some big ideas, long term investments, and a new perspective on creating a portfolio that is "ahead of the curve."
To repeat from the beginning: Suppose you received a letter from a financial advisor who told you a certain stock was going up over the next several weeks. You watched the stock, and sure enough it went up. A few weeks later that same financial advisor sent another letter to […]Read More
If we plan our financial future with invalid assumptions we will end up with an invalid answer – never a good thing. After all, we know what they say about assumptions. Prior to 2008, several financial planners and investors were making decisions based on a “normal curve” of the markets. […]Read More
Robert Gordon of Northwestern University is getting a lot of press for his publications predicting we are entering a new age of slow innovation, slow productivity growth and eventually slow to stagnant GDP growth. To that I disagree. It reminds me of Thomas Robert Malthus. Malthus (1766-1834) was an English […]Read More
The 19th century was the century of chemistry. It was built around oil and steel. The 20th century was dominated by physics with the invention of flight, cars, and electronics. I believe the 21st century is the century of biology. Why is this important? Because it means significant opportunities for you as an […]Read More