Peter Roselle

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Sustainable Investing: Your “Why” Shouldn’t Make Them Cry

Posted by Peter Roselle on September 3, 2018

“The Atlantic” published an article in 1945 titled “As We May Think”, by a brilliant scientist named Vannevar Bush. He wrote, “Consider a future device (The Memex)… in which an individual stores...

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Sustainable Investing: Beware of Fishing with Dynamite

Posted by Peter Roselle on August 28, 2018

In certain parts of the world fishermen use a destructive shortcut to increase the size of their catch. Instead of using nets, they drop a stick of dynamite on top of a reef to kill the fish,...

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Sustainable Investing: Pay it Forward

Posted by Peter Roselle on August 17, 2018

Back in 1916 the author Lily Hardy wrote, “You don’t pay love back, you pay it forward.” It’s a great principle that plays out in many ways in our lives. Think of parenting. There seems to be a...

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Consider "Sustainable Investing" as a Conversation Starter with the Next Generation

Posted by Peter Roselle on August 7, 2018

Our clients often ask us for advice on helping educate the next generation about investing principles.

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Sustainable Investing: Treasure the Human Factor

Posted by Peter Roselle on June 14, 2018

I’m a big fan of the movie “Sully”. Since I live and work near NYC, I’m often reminded of the “Miracle on the Hudson” whenever I’m near the river. My most memorable scene from the movie is when...

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