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Archive for July, 2016

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Investing in Great Businesses in the US and Abroad

Investing in Great Businesses in the US and Abroad

Summary:  While the US stock market is so overvalued that some forecasters believe returns will be 1-3% p.a. for the next ten years, we believe investors in Great Businesses, the select few companies that have wide moats and are trading at or below their fair value will do much better. …

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Global View Adds Wealth Planning Strategist

Global View Adds Wealth Planning Strategist

We at Global View Investment Advisors are excited to add Kurt Schumacher,J.D. to our team. Kurt is a graduate of Harvard Law School and has over 15 years of estate planning experience. Click below to watch a two minute video explaining why he joined us: Kurt Schumacher, J.D. – Why I Joined Global…

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Kopernik Update

Kopernik Update

Many clients own the Kopernik Global All-Cap fund in their portfolios.  We added the fund to many portfolios in early 2014 after extensive analysis of the portfolio manager’s track record.  Dave Iben managed a portfolio for NWQ TradeWinds which suffered about half the downside risk of the broad market in…

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Kurt Schumacher Joins Global View Investment Advisors

Kurt Schumacher Joins Global View Investment Advisors

Greenville, South Carolina – June 30, 2016 – Kurt Schumacher brings a wealth of estate planning knowledge with him as he joins Global View Investment Advisors. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, Kurt Schumacher has been counseling individuals and families on wealth preservation and transfer for over…

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Should I Invest Overseas?

Should I Invest Overseas?

As we celebrate our 240th Independence Day and the UK votes to exit the European Union, does it make sense for US investors to invest overseas?US stocks are over one half of the world market but less than 1/5 of the world economy. According to CIA data, Europe and China…

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