How US Treasury yield curves have never gone out of style.
Finding Elegance in the Chaos
If you are like me and your parents are of the “baby boomer” generation (meaning they were born between 1946 and 1964), you may have heard the phrase “my back hurts” more often than once. There’s nothing wrong with that—it is simply something that comes […]
Coming into 2017 a main goal of Uber was its initial public offering (IPO), one of the most anticipated of the year. Unfortunately, Uber had some internal issues that had to take precedence. Whilst Snap Inc. (SNAP) and Blue Apron (APRN) had high-profile IPO’s, Uber […]
We often stop and reflect on our own lives. At holidays, on birthdays, or any random day, we reassess our character, our virtues, our moral, and our goals. But when is the last time we stopped and reassessed our home property values? As an important […]
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In 2011, the United States credit rating was downgraded from AAA to AA+ by Standard & Poor’s. The large reaction by politicians, news anchors, and many others brought into question what those letters and symbols really meant. While no one could really explain the tangible […]