Featured entries from our Journal

Details Are Part of Our Difference

Podcast Episode – Meir Statman

With the Recent Events in Ukraine, Should I Make Changes to My Portfolio?

Embracing the Evidence at Anheuser-Busch – Mid 1980s

529 Best Practices

Author: Buddy Reisinger

And That’s a Winner!

We want to share some fantastic news and recognition for the Take the Long View with Matt Hall podcast, which, despite being on hiatus since May of 2022, just earned a Signal Gold Award in the “Money & Finance” category. This international award had more than 1,700 entries from 30 countries! Revisit some of the episodes that earned Matt’s podcast its second significant award here.

Want to know the most popular episodes of all:

  1. Sid and Ann Mashburn: Tastemakers with Heart and Soul
  2. Morgan Housel: The Psychology of Money
  3. Danny Meyer: Creating a Better World Through Enlightened Hospitality
  4. David Kabiller: From “Goldman Slacks” to AQR

For details about the Signal Awards, read more here.

Rules For A Bear Market

John M. Jennings, JD, President and Chief Strategist of St. Louis Trust & Family Office (a firm we like and respect) and regular contributor of rockstar content, shares three rules to follow during periods of market volatility. For most, they will sound like familiar “Take the Long View” advice. In fact, we thought John was about to invoke our mantra in rule #1. Click here to read what Jennings has to say.

 

The Paradox Of The Herd

Clients and friends of Hill Investment Group will recognize the story behind “The Paradox Of The Herd” written by John Jennings because they are living it every day that they are Taking the Long View. John is the President and Chief Strategist of St. Louis Trust & Family Office, author of the blog Interesting Fact of the Day and forthcoming book titled The Uncertainty Solution: How to Invest with Confidence in the Face of the Unknown, and good friend of our firm.

The brief post discusses the emotional rollercoaster that those who invest differently than “the herd” ride, even though their rational selves know that doing so has a good chance of leading to higher expected long-term returns.

The good news is: You’re not alone. Everyone at Hill Investment Group is riding the same roller coaster as our clients because we invest our money the same way. (N.B. Everyone has their own asset allocation.)

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Featured entries from our Journal

Details Are Part of Our Difference

Podcast Episode – Meir Statman

With the Recent Events in Ukraine, Should I Make Changes to My Portfolio?

Embracing the Evidence at Anheuser-Busch – Mid 1980s

529 Best Practices

Hill Investment Group