The Year in Review – The Year in Preview – 2013 01 08

Fiscal Cliff – What’s all the Hubbub? – 2012 11 28

Do People Really Walk in Circles when They’re Lost? – 2012 11 07

4th Quarter Preview – 2012 10 03

Diversification or Dilution? – 2012 07 26

3rd Quarter Preview – Heading into the Election – 2012 07 02

Thoughts After a Tough Month – 2012 06 07

Current Thinking with Uncertainty in the Air – 2012 05 16

Active Management – Market Timing? – 2012 04 25

1st Quarter Review – Am I Still Optimistic? – 2012 04 03

Staying the Course – 2012 03 14

One Thing – 2012 02 22

Intrayear Declines – 2012 02 09

2011 Recap and 2012 Outlook – 2012 01 09

More or Better Information? – 2011 12 28

How Bad Are Things? Corporate Profitability? – 2011 12 14

Volatility, Healthcare costs in Retirement – 2011 12 02

Information, Communication, Back to Basics – 2011 10 28

Quarter Review Preview – 2011 10 07

Forecasting – 2011 09 22

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