The world, the economy, the markets, and our lives are dynamic. Events can have a large or small impact on us. They can create excitement, cause fears, raise questions, and spark insight.

Listed here are our most spontaneous, timely, and succinct comments on wealth, life, and more.

  • May 30, 2011 - Fragile Reputations

    Former Ohio State football coach Jim Tressel shows how fragile a reputation built on integrity can become if you treat it cheaply. My kids would say his mirror has cracked. Tressel may have been forced to resign (Dispatch)

  • May 26, 2011 - Congratulations!

    Congratulations to the Columbus Business First Forty Under 40, Class of 2011. Welcome to the club from your 2006 class colleague. Well done and keep up your good work. Business First

  • May 26, 2011 - Medicare Reform

    If you can avert your eyes from the somewhat disturbing photo, The Economist posts a well-written summary of the state of Medicare Reform with an aging, vibrant populace. The idea floated to make people posthumously responsible for their medical debts resembles the path America finds itself already. Welcome to the gerontocracy (The Economist)

  • May 19, 2011 - CFA Institute Annual Conference

    After returning from CFA Institute Annual Conference and Strategic Leadership Retreat in Edinburgh, Scotland, I have been delayed in submitting new Hawk100 musings. There is much to discuss and I look forward to engaging with you in a discussion.

  • May 04, 2011 - Osama Bin Laden

    Reports indicate spies obtained "massive intelligence" following the raid on Osama bin Laden. Great! Our Federal government could use massive intelligence, if only wisely handled. U.S. Spies Comb Trove of Computer Files Nabbed in bin Laden Raid for Terror Clues (WSJ)