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10 Skills the Best Investors Have

David Twibell, president of Custom Portfolio Group, was quoted in an article in U.S. News & World Report March 14: “Ten skills the best investors have.” While stories of IPO riches abound, the best investors apply a common skill set for prolonged returns. The most obvious of questions - "What is investing all about, anyway?

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Protect your company from a data breach

An article by Danielle Urban, partner at Fisher Phillips was featured in ColoradoBiz magazine March 14: “Protect your company from a data breach.” Yahoo’s recent announcement that CEO Marissa Mayer would forego a 2017 stock award (after giving up a 2016 cash bonus) following security breaches in 2014, 2015 and 2016 underscore

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Look to Energy ETFs to Boost Retirement Portfolio Returns

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group, was quoted in an article in TheStreet.com November 3: "Look to Energy ETFs to Boost Retirement Portfolio Returns." Broadly-diversified energy ETFs are often the best option for investors seeking more variation in their retirement portfolios, but since a large amount of funds have

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Viewpoint: Arbitration Agreements Can Create Uncertainty in Construction Contracts

Moye White Partner David Arkell had an article published in ENR magazine (Engineering News-Record), “Viewpoint: Arbitration Agreements Can Create Uncertainty in Construction Contracts.”  The article appeared online and in the October 31 national print edition. We have all heard many times that arbitration is a contractual or c

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Battered Pharma Stocks Bounce Back, Could Boost Retirement Portfolios

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group, was quoted in an article in TheStreet.com November 17: “Battered Pharma Stocks Bounce Back, Could Boost Retirement Portfolios.” Pharma stocks have bounced back from their prior selloff, but whether they will continue their upward trend under a Donald Trump administration remai

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More States Legalize Recreational and Medical Marijuana

Fisher Phillips Partner Danielle Urban was featured in a national article in SHRM (the Society for Human Resource Management) November 10: “More States Legalize Recreational and Legal Marijuana”. The trend to legalize marijuana continued on Nov. 8 as voters in nine states cast ballots on the issue, and all but one of those mea

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Emerging Markets Will Stay Hot, But Will EEM? Maybe Not.

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group, was quoted in an article in US News and Yahoo Finance November 9, “Emerging Markets Will Stay Hot, But Will EEM? Maybe Not.” For years, the once-hot growth BRIC countries – Brazil, Russia, India and China – and other emerging markets had turned into middling investments at

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Moye earns Colorado Bar Association lifetime achievement award

Moye White LLP founding partner John Moye was recently awarded the Cathy Stricklin Krendl Business Lawyer Lifetime Achievement Award from the Colorado Bar Association Business Law Section. The award recognizes lifetime devotion to the principles of legal professionalism. Moye White is a Certified B Corporation and a member of the I

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How To Invest If Hillary Clinton Wins The Election

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group, was featured in a Forbes magazine article October 15: “How to Invest if Hillary Clinton Wins the Election.” The Silver Lining To say that the worst is behind the pharmaceutical industry would, at this point, be irresponsible. However, it’s clear from the charts below t

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Is 4 Percent Still the Safest Retirement Amount?

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group, was featured in an article in U.S. News & World Report: “Is 4 Percent Still the Safest Retirement Amount?” One of Wall Street's most rock-solid tenets is increasingly coming under scrutiny, if not outright attack, from industry insiders. Continue reading

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