Perhaps the 74 million-mile distance between Mars and Venus has an influence on why men and women invest so differently. But most actual investment happens on Earth, where it may be advantageous to bring both perspectives to the table. How do men and women invest differently, how can they impact the long-term outcome of a portfolio, and why is it important to find a balance? Read more
Although women make up 37% of doctors and 33% of lawyers in the U.S., fewer than 10% of all U.S. fund managers are women1 and women make up less than 17% of U.S. CFA Institute members.2 Men manage about 75% of the industry’s assets exclusively.3
With rapid growth and a record-breaking year in 2017, bitcoin is making headlines. It’s consistently one of the top google searches, as people are trying to get a grasp of what it is and how it works. In our short video Bitcoin 101: The Basics of Bitcoin, Arnerich Massena’s Mitch Vogt, research analyst, provides some bitcoin fundamentals and answers basic questions about cryptocurrencies. Take a look at this 5-minute tutorial if you are curious about cryptocurrencies. We’ll continue to share our research as this story progresses; stay tuned for more.
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Inc. Magazine has pinpointed the top 8 most revolutionary products and companies of 2017, and Zero Mass Water, one of the private equity investments made by 3×5 Partners, LLC, an Arnerich Massena Approved Manager, is at the very top of the list. “The Arizona-based startup says it can pull up to five liters of drinkable water a day from the air using a super absorbent material. The solar-powered system is in use in Jordan and Mexico and hit U.S. markets in late 2017,” the article notes. Read more
In 2018, we are facing the frontier of exciting changes, which could be called disruptive or innovative, depending on your perspective. In this time of synchronized global growth, when nearly every country is growing economically, what can investors expect in the New Year? Here we explore some trends we anticipate will be the focus of attention in 2018. Please note that we offer these predictions not as investment recommendations but as an interesting look into the cultural changes that may affect the investment environment for everyone. Read more
“It’s often said you can’t make something out of nothing. Cody Friesen may have come as close to succeeding as anyone.” This line opens “Meet Zero Mass Water, Whose Solar Panels Pull Drinking Water From The Air,” a Forbes Magazine article about Zero Mass Water, one of the private equity investments made by 3×5 Partners, LLC, an Arnerich Massena Approved Manager. The article, published November 15, 2017, highlights the incredible work Zero Mass Water is doing creating devices that pull potable water from the air.
Tony Arnerich was featured as the Social Impact Keynote speaker at the Bend Venture Conference, the largest Angel Conference in the Pacific Northwest. The event took place on October 19-20, 2017 in beautiful downtown Bend at the historic Tower Theatre. Tony discussed the transition from private wealth management to impact investing, and led into the Social Impact competition on Thursday afternoon to an audience of 600 investors, entrepreneurs, and fund managers. Read more
Arnerich Massena’s third quarter 2017 MarketCast is available for viewing. In this MarketCast, senior research analyst Arthur Coyne, CFA, discusses global economic trends and events over the third quarter of 2017. To view the MarketCast, visit http://arnerichmassena.com/about/investment-research.htm. Read more
The stock market is becoming a crowded place, with half as many U.S. stocks listed as there were 20 years ago. How can you stand out from the crowd? Take a look at our short video to find out how Arnerich Massena’s investment approach can help you build a legacy.
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Over the last two decades, I have had the opportunity to work for several large financial institutions in Boston and Portland. Along the way, I have attended more investment meetings than I could possibly count – on everything from corporate bond funds to complicated variable annuity income riders – and heard hundreds of investment managers wax eloquently about why their investment tool was better than the next firm’s offering. At this stage of my career, I do not expect to walk out of these meetings feeling inspired about some new investment strategy, let alone the future of our little planet. This week’s 3×5 Partners’ Annual Meeting did just that, and then some. Read more