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  1. Investor Behavior: Forgotten Truths and Open Secrets in Investing

    By John C. Ogle | jcogle@atlaspwm.com

    In this piece, we’ll take a look at some of the misconceptions that are common in the investment arena.

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    We at Atlas have learned some valuable lessons in the last year, re-learned others, and feel encouraged about the future.

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  5. Surveying The Battle Field – What We Learned About Investing In 2020

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    As we continue navigating this climate, we look forward to bringing you these types of communications and aim to answer the questions of the day.

  6. What’s Next? Post Election Thoughts on the Markets

    By John C. Ogle | jcogle@atlaspwm.com

    On a very macro level, we think that there will be a modest market reaction to the election in the coming weeks. Markets like gridlock in Washington, and with the potential for a divided Congress, we think the eventual political landscape will impede immediate implementation of at least two of the more noteworthy Biden policy initiatives.

  7. May You Live in Interesting Times

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    This year has been like no other, and at Atlas we’re preparing for what will no doubt be an interesting few months of political, economic and social give-and-take.

  8. A market commentary from Atlas’ Chief Investment Officer, John Ogle, as he shares insight on what has been occurring in the markets over the past few months

    By John C. Ogle | jcogle@atlaspwm.com

    We think that global bank interventions, combined with aggressive fiscal policies have provided a safety net that the markets desired, and then some. We could parse out pieces of these programs, and debate the long-term effects of this level of government intervention in markets, but throughout the Summer… it is evident that investor’s spirits were buoyed.

  9. A market commentary from Atlas’ Chief Investment Officer, John Ogle, as he shares thoughts on what we witness in the market during an election year

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