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To Own Or Not To Own?

In last week’s post we looked at whether a primary residence can be considered an adequate substitute for an investment portfolio. In this week’s post, we will take on a slightly different task of trying to answer the question of whether it is better to own a house or simply rent. http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/to-own-or-not-to-own/

Home Sweet Home

For generations, Americans have been taught that owning a home is one of, if not the best, investment they can make with their money. In a recent Gallup poll, Americans currently rank real estate as the best investment over stocks, gold, bonds, and savings accounts but is that really the case? http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/home-sweet-home/

A Look Back At Bitcoin

This week’s Insight will be a re-post of a piece that we wrote almost exactly a year ago. A lot has happened over the past twelve months, and the topic of Bitcoin is even more prevalent today than it was twelve months ago. http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/a-look-back-at-bitcoin/

Is Investing a Rigged Game?

This past week the financial press has been enamored with the topic of high frequency trading (“HFT”), which was sparked by a 60 Minutes interview with author Michael Lewis who called the US stock market "rigged." http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/is-investing-a-rigged-game/

Social (In)security

Last week we discussed the history of our nation’s social security program.In this week's post we’ll analyze the long-term viability of the plan, and how that impacts us as savers and investors. http://www.seasoninvestments.com/insights/social-insecurity/