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Know Thyself: Socratic Thoughts on Defined Benefit Fee Policy Statements



I’m not sure what this says about me, but every time someone mentions Socrates, I think of Steve Martin’s depiction of the ancient philosopher in his 1980 TV special Steve Martin: Comedy is Not Pretty. (“…And not once did anyone ever say: ‘Socrates, hemlock is poison!’”) In real life,…

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Rime of the Dynamic Asset Allocation Mariner



My favorite poem in high school was The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. OK…I actually didn’t read much poetry in high school. But I do remember head-banging to the Iron Maiden song of the same name (all 13 minutes of it) so I think I’m sufficiently qualified to…

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