Monthly Archives: May 2019

Watch Arnerich Massena’s Impact Podcasts & Videos

Arnerich Massena experts bring impact investing to life in podcasts and videos. Learn about this remarkable opportunity set by hearing directly from the investment and research professionals who have been investigating impact investing for years. You’ll hear the passion and depth of knowledge firsthand, and gain a deeper understanding of the thoughtful approach and philosophy underlying Arnerich Massena’s impact investing portfolio. Click the links or access each of the videos below. Read more »

Is your retirement plan stuck in the past?

How well are you preparing your employ­ees for a secure future? Are you actively working to build a retirement-ready workforce, or have you left your plan on autopilot? If you haven’t checked in a while, you may be missing out on important services, trends, and cost efficiencies! Review this checklist to find out where paying a bit of attention can pay off for you and your participants. Read more »

“A Decade Long Proof Statement”: Real Leaders Podcast interviews Tony Arnerich and Bryan Shipley, CFA, CAIA, about impact investing

“Opportunities are everywhere,” Tony Arnerich remarks as he launches into an in-depth discussion with Real Leaders podcast host Kevin Edwards and co-CIO Bryan Shipley, CFA, CAIA. “Let’s go, let’s start funding, let’s use our incredible analytical skills and history and experience to go sort out the nuggets in the industry that are doing something meaningful in sustainability, in socially responsible, in impact investing. We went out and found them, we funded them, we seeded them.” Tony, Bryan, and host Kevin sat down for a live interview discussing impact investing, climate change, and what it means to be a real leader in this area. Tony and Bryan shared Arnerich Massena’s impact investing story – a “decade-long proof statement” demonstrating how ten years of impact investing persistence is coming to fruition. “The great thing about today relative to the past is that the marketplace has just grown up so much – there are more vehicles for clients to invest in who have interest in the space, there’s definitely more understanding,” Bryan notes. Read more »

Tony Arnerich and Bryan Shipley, CFA, CAIA, on Real Leaders Podcast – Coming Soon!

Co-CIOs Tony Arnerich and Bryan Shipley, CFA, CAIA, were recently featured as guests on the Real Leaders podcast. They sat down with host Kevin Edwards for live interview discussing impact investing, climate change, and what it means to be a real leader in this space. Look for the full podcast coming soon; in the meantime, Real Leaders’ Kevin Edwards provides a brief recap:

The Dangerous Illusion of Recency Bias: What the past ten years won’t tell you

 

“The market is a pendulum that forever swings between unsustainable optimism (which makes stocks too expensive) and unjustified pessimism (which makes them too cheap). The Intelligent Investor is a realist who sells to optimists and buys from pessimists.”

~Jason Zweig, The Intelligent Investor

The first quarter of 2019 marks a full ten years since the March 9, 2009 bottom of the U.S. stock market during the financial crisis. This quarter, millions of investors opened their first quarter 2019 statements to be greeted by robust ten-year performance in their U.S. stocks: Read more »

The (Extreme) Entitled Adult Child: What Can You Do?

Much has been written about the horrible means by which scammers are relieving senior citizens of their assets by playing on the senior citizen’s fears and/or confusion. The senior receives a phone call or an email from someone pretending to be a friend in need, a collections agent, an IRS agent, or a prince from some far-off country — then the senior gives that person money, access, or both. While these stories are terrible, they are rare compared to the far-more-common financial pressures that can come from one’s own family or inner circle. A client recently summed up these family pressures perfectly when he said that children’s dependence on their parents “can become pathological when the adult child develops a sense of entitlement, they feel they are owed a lifestyle just like their parents, and the parents do not have the skills to process this effectively with their adult children.” Read more »