We recently made a contribution to help Berkshire Bounty/Berkshire United Way to help in the distribution of much needed food throughout the area.
As mentioned to us by Jay Weintraub & Mark Lefenfield, c0-presidents of Berkshire Bounty, “approximately 14,000 pounds of nutritious organic food was distributed at sites throughout Berkshire County.” The Berkshire United Way among other non-profits worked cooperatively to make this food distribution a success!
We’ve made it through the first 3 months of 2022. We suspect the next quarter will have its fair share of uncertainties, some familiar, others altogether different yet likely related to each other. In spite of the flux, we anticipate opportunities in all sizes and shapes. For now, peruse our newsletter and gain a perspective from the portfolio managers who deal with the good, the bad, the ugly and all things hopeful. Click here for the newsletter.
Another year is upon us. In spite of the flux, the challenges, constraints and plethora of information, we’re ready to keep moving forward. The markets have shown us resilience, volatility and of course opportunities. We’re attuned to those factors. The last CMU is now available. Please click here.
The mountain of information that has poured over us this past year is unlike any other. In spite of challenges and constraints, here we are. And we’re all primed for the new year, one we believe can be better in any number of ways. Our last newsletter of 2021 has something for everyone. For the 4th Quarter issue of Leading Investors, please click here.
What was the most significant story or information this past quarter? Well, it all depends on who you ask and there were a lot of topics to focus on. Get our perspective in our 3rd quarter newsletter. Click here.
Another 6-months to the calendar year. Where does the time go? With just 2 quarters left until the end of 2021, we’re all familiar with the challenges before us. You’ll find the 2nd Quarter newsletter,here.
When we look back pre-2020, we’ll think of that period of time as pre-Coronavirus. Today all that is certain is the uncertainty that moves from one day to the next. However, we still find opportunities in uncertainty as we’ve done through the years. Click here.