Making Financial Decisions When You Don’t Have All the Facts

A contribution to The New York Times While the Presidential election has come and gone, we still don’t know how much the tax code will be changed. Should you sell your family business, sell appreciated stock or leave money now to your heirs? And where does the stock market fit into these decisions? Michelle Connell, […]

My Worst Investment Ever

I’d like to invite you to listen to my interview with Andrew Stotz, PhD, CFA, CEO of A. Stotz Investment Research and former President of CFA Society Thailand. Stotz is the host of “My Worst Investment Ever” podcast. During the interview, I shared my story of investment loss that motivated me to keep growing and […]

In the News: CNBC with Tyler Mathisen

On Friday, November 6, Michelle Connell, CFA spoke with CNBC’s Tyler Mathisen to discuss the market reaction following the presidential election. What does this mean for stocks? What could potential gridlock with Congress do for the market? How should investors position themselves in the market right now, and what industries can we expect to have upside in […]

History Lessons from Presidential Elections of the Past: What They Can and Cannot Tell You About Investing

By Michelle Connell, CFA | 8 min read Once the winner is known, how will the markets perform for the rest of 2020 as well as 2021?  What industries and stocks will have more opportunity for upside? And how will the Pandemic make it different this time versus history? History typically provides a good indication […]