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The BlogNotions Finance Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by finance and accounting thought leaders. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on the latest trends in the market, discussions of financial performance strategy, new ideas for communicating, raising capital, and controlling funds, and much more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Using Mean Reversion and Momentum for Possible Advantage

One of the challenges of fundamental investing is trying to find decent ideas that are off the radar. There are a number of ways to try to do that by looking at: smaller foreign companies companies that have made some significant losses. companies where the relative performance is so awful that no manager benchmarked to an […]

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Lighten-Up, It’s The Weekend

On the weekend, think about different things and try new things. Put those Excel spreadsheets and tax projections out of your mind and look at the world from a new viewpoint. Here’s a science experiment to try with your kids.

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Look Around

After this weekend, accounting firms will roll into mini-busy-season, dealing with all of those corporate extensions that have lagged since spring. When you arrive at the office on Tuesday, take note of the people you hang-out with at work. Maybe even the people who sit nearby. It’s almost like school. If you sit with the […]

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Two Portfolios. Pick One.

I’m going to show you two portfolios — I’m not initially going to tell you much about either one, but then you can consider which one you might like better.  Here’s portfolio A: And here is portfolio B: There is one obvious difference in the two portfolios: portfolio B has gone up more than portfolio […]

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CPA Firm Practice Management Newsletter

My newsletter went out yesterday. Did you get your copy? It’s official name is “Solutions For CPA Firm Leaders” but I’m rethinking that. I like to call it CPA MAP Talk (with Rita Keller). Why? Because my newsletter, this blog (every business day for almost 10 years), my business Facebook page (and some of my […]

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The Art of Extracting Large Commissions From Investors

The dirty truth is that some investments in this life are sold, and not bought.  The prime reason for this is that many people are not willing to learn enough to save and invest on their own.  Instead, they rely on others to corral them and say, “You ought to be saving and investing.  Hey, […]

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The Art of Extracting Large Commissions From Investors

Photo Credit: dolphinsdock The dirty truth is that some investments in this life are sold, and not bought.  The prime reason for this is that many people are not willing to learn enough to save and invest on their own.  Instead, they rely on others to corral them and say, “You ought to be saving […]

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WTTMSW – Do You Remember What This Means?

I talk about WTTMSW during many of my presentations. It is a Tom Peters’ thing – Whoever Tries The Most Stuff Wins – – I’ve blogged about it before. When you are facing challenges inside your growing accounting firm, I urge you to try things, experiment, test it! So what if it fails, you simply […]

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Return to Behemoth Stocks

Somewhat less than three years ago, I wrote two articles on Behemoth stocks [, ], which I define as stocks with over $100 Billion of market cap.  Today I want to revisit those stocks, and those that have joined them.  The last time I wrote, there were 39 of them actively trading on US Exchanges. […]

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Return to Behemoth Stocks

Somewhat less than three years ago, I wrote two articles on Behemoth stocks [, ], which I define as stocks with over $100 Billion of market cap.  Today I want to revisit those stocks, and those that have joined them.  The last time I wrote, there were 39 of them actively trading on US Exchanges. […]

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