Monday, April 2, 2012


1 - Investing sometimes involves gut-wrenching decisions. In this week's video, we take a look at how hard it can be to stick to your guns when the going gets rough -- and the big rewards that can result. Click here to view the 3-minute example. (A side note: I have been working to tighten and improve the videos we present here. If you haven't watched one in a while, you might want to take a fresh look -- and give me your honest evaluation.)
2 - Reminder to clients: our clients-only Dinner and a Movie event is coming up in less than two weeks. The movie is Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller North By Northwest. If you're ready to sign up, click here

3 - I recently read a fascinating article on the New Yorker website about the world's oldest stockbroker, Irving Kahn, 106 (photo below). Mr. Kahn, chairman of the Kahn Brothers brokerage and money management firm, still goes to work every day at his 22nd-floor office on Madison Avenue in Manhattan. It's not an overstatement to say that Mr. Kahn's mind is still sharp as a tack: he reviews the firm's every transaction and supervises investment policy. He remembers working on Wall Street before the Great Depression, and still looks ahead to an exciting future. This guy is my hero! Click here to read the full article.

4 - Our office will be closed on Good Friday this week. We wish you a blessed Easter.
Have a young-at-heart week!


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