Featured entries from our Journal

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Projected Tax Implications

Podcast Episode – Tammira Philippe

Future Equity Returns

Matt Hall Recognized for Thought Leadership

Nell’s Journey to Partner and COO of HIG

NY Times Column by Ben Stein

In case you missed the recent NY Times column by Ben Stein, click the link below to get his take on what is needed to fix the economy. He asks, “Where Are the Grown-ups When You Need Them?”

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World Markets and US

The year 2006 was a good one for equity investors around the world as stock prices rose in 46 of the 50 countries whose equity market returns are reported by MSCI. Among these, only Israel, Jordan, Thailand, and Turkey saw their local stock market indexes slump for the year. Total return for US stocks was 15.32% according to MSCI, placing it next-to-last among 23 developed markets (in dollar terms) and 42nd out of 50 countries in all. There were 36 markets with a total return greater than 20% (in dollar terms), and 19 had a total return greater than 40%. Nine of the top ten were emerging markets.

Featured entries from our Journal

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Projected Tax Implications

Podcast Episode – Tammira Philippe

Future Equity Returns

Matt Hall Recognized for Thought Leadership

Nell’s Journey to Partner and COO of HIG

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