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The Housing Bubble Jane Jacobs Built

When Jane Jacobs died in 2006, her Annex home sold for a reported $3,000,000. A lofty sum, but a fitting metaphor for the career of a woman so central to how we’ve come to understand cities and urban growth. Cities, almost everywhere, are under a crunch to meet the needs of growing populations and affordable […]

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Hyperbole and a Half: Terrible Financial Advice

Around the world this morning, an RBS analyst made headlines telling investors to “sell everything.” What should investors do with sudden and scary advice of that nature?

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Swiming With Rocks in Your Pockets

The China situation is getting worse. But as we potentially face another global debt crisis, can we really say we’ve addressed the problems that caused 2008?

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A Financial Advisor’s Thoughts on the Election

There are a lot of issues in this election. The Walker Report looks at three that can be meaningful when it comes to investing and saving.

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