The Circular Economy Isn’t for Everyone

The Circular Economy Isn’t for Everyone

Certain parts probably adapt to cities and towns better than they do to rural areas. What is the circular economy? It is “a system that reduces waste through the efficient use of resources. Businesses that are part of the circular economy seek to redesign the current...

‘Inequality’ and the Kaisen Engine

Inequality is a big modern buzzword, but it isn’t anything new. There has always been inequality in everything. As a child, I used to whine to my mother when a friend had a toy or a privilege that I didn’t. I used to say that life wasn’t fair; but I meant that it...
The Numbers Are Coming In

The Numbers Are Coming In

Publicly-traded companies report their earnings and sales numbers for the previous quarter in the current quarter. For example, fourth quarter’s sales and earnings are reported during the first quarter of the year, and first quarter’s sales and earnings will be...
Maybe… Look Less Often

Maybe… Look Less Often

Isaac Presley at Cordant Wealth Partners wrote “Putting your portfolio in a drawer” and got me thinking. Why do my personal portfolios seem to be doing so well? Are they different from clients? No – they are the exact same portfolios. Isaac quotes Gene Fama as saying,...