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A Lesson in Not Taking the Marshmallow

In the late 1960’s, Walter Mischel, a psychologist at Stanford University, conducted a research study now commonly referred to as the Marshmallow Experiment. The study took an initial look at the development of children’s ability to delay instant gratification. The…

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What All Star’s Reading #2

A few weeks ago we introduced a new blog installment, “What All Star’s Reading,” that will outline the influential articles that have helped shape our views on investments, financial planning, tax planning, and the practices we implement to service you,…

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What All Star’s Reading #1

One of the ways we continually strive to improve the service and advice we provide to our clients is to read. Our reading is constant. It helps reaffirm many of our investment and planning beliefs, while also serving to challenge…

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