Some Common Cents for July 1st 2016

July 1, 2016, by John Norris

I suppose it would be appropriate to write about what I learned from the fallout due to last week’s referendum on the European Union in Britain, the Brexit. Here goes: British political leaders resign when things don’t go their way. That about sums it up. Other than that, it is hard to glean too much insight other than the world doesn’t seem to think the long-term economic impact is meaningful, at least as I type. After...

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Common Cents for October 5th 2012

November 1, 2012, by John Norris

Frustrating; that was the word a client used this morning to describe the United States and its economy today. Things aren’t lousy, and things aren’t great. Things are frustrating, largely because so many people in our society don’t understand how the world actually works. One of the best things about starting Oakworth, and working for a small, but growing firm, has been the light bulb that went off and continues to burn. I get it;...

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