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The ongoing trade war with China has dominated headlines during the last year. In this month’s podcast, we take a step back and explore the tariffs that are central to the conflict and what they might mean for US equity markets moving forward.

 

Listen to the discussion featuring Pat Barry, Joe Barry, Kate Alves, and Sean Corkery below.

Best Regards,
The Barry Team
Best of the Blog
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Chart of the Month
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Just about one in nine Americans plays some form of golf, either on a traditional course or at off-course venues that are growing in popularity: TopGolf, Drive Shack, and simulators.


While still not at pre-recession levels of engagement, it’s great to see that the trend for golf in America remains positive. You can read the entire National Golf Foundation’s 2019 Golf Industry Report here.

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Investing Wisdom

“In investing, what is comfortable is rarely profitable.”

 

-Robert Arnott

The Lighter Side Of Investing
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The time value of money isn’t the only reason that a dollar in-hand today is more valuable than a dollar promised tomorrow.

 

Photo Credit:

Michele and Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts. Gift of Lenore B. and Sidney A. Alpert, supplemented with Museum Acquisition Funds.

 

Photography by David Stansbury.

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Justin L. Neria

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