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We’re working with a client to develop a plan to revitalize their Web sites. In a discussion focused on homepages, a specific topic came up: banners. More specifically, there was a straightforward question: what’s better, static or rotating homepage banners? … [read more]Mar 13, 2017
Two posts covering a range of topics, including the recent US equity slumber. BlackRock – The seesaw relationship of volatility and momentum stocks – The relationship between volatility and momentum has actually strengthened in recent years. Since the end of … [read more]Apr 3, 2017
Two excellent posts this week that utilize data to support arguments frequently discussed and investigated. Russell does an excellent job simplifying (perhaps too simple?) an advisor’s value to an investor. Personally, I enjoyed the investor behavior component greatly (chart below). Russell … [read more]Mar 27, 2017