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No Change In Stock Market Outlook

“We have very strong earnings growth, low inflation, a moderate fed, and global synchronized growth – an excellent environment for owning stocks.”   Richard Saperstein In this recent CNBC appearance, Richard Saperstein, our Chief Investment Officer, explains why investing in stocks continues to be a sound strategy despite the current political climate in Washington. Click Here. […]

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2017 Mid-Year Outlook

Equity markets are trading at all-time highs despite the Fed finally beginning to reverse almost a decade of near-zero Fed Funds rate. At the same time, new questions abound on the feasibility of the “Trumponomics” agenda while global geopolitical risks remain elevated. Under these circumstances, what’s an investor to do? Learn More

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Trouble In The Tropics

Puerto Rico filed for the largest bankruptcy in muni history. The Commonwealth is broke, has a weak economy, and carries a staggering debt load. This landmark event challenges longstanding assumptions on distressed municipal issuers. In this white paper, we discuss Puerto Rico’s impact on the broader municipal market and long-term implications.​  

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The Sultanate of Dakota

“I grow very fond of this place, and it certainly has a desolate, grim beauty of its own…” –Theodore Roosevelt “France took Algeria, hoping for a country to eat cassoulet and instead France is now eating couscous. Inverse effects are the norm.” –Nassim Taleb Williston is the county seat of Williams County, North Dakota. It […]

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Evidence of Absence

“I want to live happily in a world I don’t understand.” –Nassim Nicholas Taleb “’Is there any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?’ ‘To the curious incident of the dog in the night-time.’ ‘The dog did nothing in the night-time’ ‘That was the curious incident,’ remarked Sherlock Holmes.” –Sir Arthur Conan […]

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about the author

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Brendan Jones  

began his career in the financial services industry in 1997 with AIG International. He has been associated with David D’Amico and Steven Feit since 1998, and joined Richard Saperstein at CIBC Oppenheimer in 2002.

Mr. Jones is Treasury Partners’ Senior Portfolio Manager and a member of the Portfolio Management Group. He implements and maintains our fixed income investment portfolios, and invests considerable time communicating with “the Street” and assessing developments within both the bond market and broader financial markets.