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Should Stock Investors Rotate Between Different Industries?

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Posted by Paul Philip

on Monday, 14 March 2016 19:20

dontInvestors (and consumers) have a tendency to be attracted to that latest thing, they like "what's new." That might be fine for purchasing cell phones and flat screen television sets but it is not necessarily the best course of action when it comes to investing choices. Let's find out why.... CLICK HERE to watch the video

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Richard Russell Classic: Taking Action

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Posted by SuperAdmin

on Monday, 14 March 2016 07:41

sdsd"Russell, you've been dealing with the markets since the late-1940s. This is a strange question, but what is the most important lesson you've learned in all that time?"

I didn't have to think too long. I told him, "The most important lesson I've learned comes from something Freud said. He said, 'Thinking is rehearsing.' What Freud meant was that thinking is no substitute for acting. In this world, in investing, in any field, there is no substitute for taking action."

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What Every Business Leader Needs to Know about Sustainability

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Posted by Eamonn Percy - The Percy Group

on Friday, 11 March 2016 16:55

c2794b04-7787-4f0d-a027-f25ce7d5ce49“Though we travel the world over to find the beautiful, we must carry it with us or we find it not.” 
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
 
Our World is at an Inflection Point

The world is changing, and changing fast.  Periodically our economy experiences a shift, a change or an inflection point, which marks the end of an era and the new beginning one.  For instance, the Great Depression in the 1920’s was an economic event but marked a social shift (start of social security in the US), the 1980’s marked the end of the industrial age and the start of the information age, and today we are marking a shift in how we use and sustain the limited resources of our planet.

Recently I had the chance to see sustainability up front and close, by being part of the Globe 2016 conference in Vancouver.  The Percy Group jointly held a booth with the Globe Group, and met with business people from around the world.  The Globe Series is the largest and longest running conference in North America on the business of sustainability and innovation for the planet.

Sustainability, cleantech, clean energy and the business of the environment are topics I know well, having been in senior executive roles with two of the leading clean technology companies in BC: Ballard Power Systems and Powertech Labs.  In addition, over the years I have been involved in numerous initiatives and boards related to sustainability and have always been a strong advocate for businesses to become better stewards of scarce resources

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Richard Russell: Acting

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Posted by Richard Russell - Dow Theory Letters

on Wednesday, 09 March 2016 13:28

UnknownACTING: A few days ago a young subscriber asked me, "Russell, you've been dealing with the markets since the late-1940s. This is a strange question, but what is the most important lesson you've learned in all that time?"

I didn't have to think too long. I told him, "The most important lesson I've learned comes from something Freud said. He said, 'Thinking is rehearsing.' What Freud meant was that thinking is no substitute for acting. In this world, in investing, in any field, there is no substitute for taking action."

This brings up another story which illustrates that same theme. J.P. Morgan was "Master of the Universe" back in the 1920's. Morgan belonged to many exclusive and expensive clubs. One day a young man came up to Morgan and said, "Mr. Morgan, I'm sorry to bother you, but I own some stocks that have been acting poorly, and I'm very anxious about these stocks. In fact worrying about those stocks is starting to ruin my health. Yet, I still like the stocks. It's a terrible dilemma. What do you think I should do, sir?"



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7 Keys to Building a Culture of Innovation to Foster Sustainability

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Posted by Eamonn Percy - The Percy Group

on Tuesday, 08 March 2016 11:02

c2794b04-7787-4f0d-a027-f25ce7d5ce49“Live in the sunshine.  Swim in the sea.  Drink the wild air.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson 

You want your organization to thrive because it innovates, not innovate to survive.  By building a culture of innovation into the DNA of both your leadership and organization, you become more competitively positioned and create greater long-term value.  Leadership must be persistent, aggressive and focused while transforming the organization, so innovation becomes the way you are, not something you do.  

The 7 keys to building a culture of innovation to foster innovation are:



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