Warren Buffet once said price is what you pay, value is what you get. As prices rise in real estate and across the US economy, it helps to keep this […]

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Location, location, and location. This cliche is as valid today as it was years ago. But over time, the value of a given location changes… predicting the future value is […]

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People are not born great investors, business leaders, or even musicians. It’s a process of continuous learning, and honing of natural talent. A critical aspect of learning is honest self-assessment. […]

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The pandemic is giving the United States a big stress test, and I think we’re passing, maybe even with flying colors. There is much to feel optimistic about. We still […]

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When a lease termination date approaches, many commercial real estate property owners will sell, rather than risk vacancy or face difficult negotiations with corporate lawyers over lease renewal. Many times, […]

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Recent events have offered strong reminders of how fragile economic ecosystems can be. The pandemic has badly hurt a lot of businesses, not to mention the people who have gotten […]

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These days, legions of investors hang on the every word of celebrity CEOs and business gurus. But no matter how brilliant Elon Musk or some guy on Reddit might be, […]

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The recent GameStop episode on Wall Street serves as a powerful reminder of the difference between investing and gambling. Gamblers sometimes win big, but over the long term, it pays […]

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The great Warren Buffet once said that you don’t need a super high IQ to be a great investor. What you need is the right temperament.  What exactly is the […]

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As a professional investor, people constantly ask for my take on the markets or particular investment moves. I can’t evaluate everybody’s ideas, but I can help people think more clearly. […]

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