About Thoughtsworththinking.net


I’ve put a lot of thought into planning my personal finances, and you can gain the benefit of my insights through my posts here and on Thoughtsworththinking.net.  Like most investors, I was shocked by the financial crisis that emerged in 2008, and I have found the impetuous and often contradictory opinions expressed by some professionals on markets and the economy to be largely unhelpful.  I have come to the conclusion that many (but not all) commentators lack the objectivity and perspective to speak credibly about the future.

Having put a significant amount of work into making my own financial decisions—as well as having a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics where I studied the relationship between politics and the world economy—I can offer a perspective that has value to the investment community, including the personal investor.  I don’t expect or recommend that anyone accept my opinion as sacrosanct, but as one of many perspectives that can add value to a studied investment decision.  My goal in every article or opinion I offer is to provide something—whether a fact or confluence of arguments—that you will not be able to find anywhere else, using the experience, perspective, and research capabilities I bring to the table.

The information I provide on this web site does not constitute professional investment advice, and should only be used in consonance with all available information, including the opinion of a professional adviser, to make an investment decision.

I may be contacted at comments@thoughtsworththinking.net.

Thank you for visiting Thoughtsworththinking.net.

About the Publisher

I am an attorney in an area of practice where for professional reasons I do not address my legal career on this website.  I live in the metropolitan area of Washington, D.C., where I was born.  My academic credentials are as follows:

Bachelor of Arts, Gettysburg College, 1985
Master of Science, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1986
Juris Doctor, George Washington University, 1990

Executive Education:

Senior Executive Seminar, Carnegie-Mellon University, 2007
Senior Executive Fellow, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, 2009


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