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Chart of the Day: Hot Desking

Today’s Chart of the Day comes from AlphaWise in a Bloomberg article about the rise of “Hot Desking.” This is when work areas, such as desks, are not..

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Chart of the Day: Biggest Imports to the US

Today’s Chart of the Day is a chart from howmuch.net shared by ritholz.com showing the biggest imports into the US per country.

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Chart of the Day: Invest Early, Save Often

There are three big factors that influence investments one has by retirement: how much, what investments, and how long. Today’s Chart of the Day from..

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Chart of the Day: Missing Best 20 Days

Today’s Chart of the Day from JP Morgan shows the returns of the stock market if you missed a certain amount of “best days” dating back 20 years.

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Chart of the Day: This Year's Winners are Last Year's Losers

Today’s Chart of the Day is from @CharlieBilello on X and shows that last year’s losers (in red) are this year’s to-date winners (in blue) and vice..

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Chart of the Day: US Teens On Their Phones

Today’s Chart of the Day is from Gallup and shows the hours per day spent on social media (aka their phones). The 4.8 hours a day is something to..

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Chart of the Day: Treasury vs. Real Estate

Today’s Chart of the Day comes from Re:venture Consulting and shows the history of the 10-year treasury rate (in yellow) vs. the CAP, Capital Asset..

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Chart of the Day: Eight Chickens Per Person

Today’s Chart of the Day from the Financial Times shows that chicken meat recently overtook pork as the most produced meat on the planet. Why?

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Chart of the Day: Not Since 1788

Today’s Chart of the Day from Bank of America shows that the increase in the 10-year treasury interest rates in 2022 caused the worst price decline..

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Chart of the Day: Is Gen Z Anti-Sports?

Are sports losing their shine? Today’s Chart of the Day is from Bloomberg and shows that 27% of Gen Z (currently ages 15 to 30) are decidedly..

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Chart of the Day: Managers’ Attractiveness and Fund Performance

Today’s Chart of the Day comes from an academic paper by Chengyu Bai with the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. It shows that funds with “attractive”..

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Chart of the Day: Start to 12-Months After

Today’s Chart of the Day is from Janus Henderson’s 2023 Outlook and shows the returns of the S&P 500 (large-cap stocks), Russell mid-cap, and Russell..

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Chart of the Day: US Dollar is Dominant

Today’s Chart of the Day was shared by Crews Bank & Trust Portfolio Manager Angie Parsons and comes from Wells Fargo Advisors. It shows that for all..

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Chart of the Day: View from the Top of the Hill Online Presentation

Join Samuel A. Kiburz, Chief Investment Officer, Senior Vice President, for a virtual macroeconomics presentation.

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Today’s Chart of the Day from Morningstar shows an increase in the closing of ESG Funds (Environmental, Social, and Governance funds).

Chart of the Day: To ESG or Not to ESG

Today’s Chart of the Day from Morningstar shows an increase in the closing of ESG Funds (Environmental, Social, and Governance funds).

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Samuel A. Kiburz

Samuel serves as Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Officer for the Crews family of banks. He manages the individual investment holdings of his clients, including individuals, families, foundations, and institutions throughout the State of Florida. Samuel has been involved in banking since 1996 and has more than 20 years experience working in wealth management.

Investments are not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by, the bank, are not FDIC insured, not insured by any federal government agency, and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of principal.

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Chart of the Day: Hot Desking

Today’s Chart of the Day comes from AlphaWise in a Bloomberg article about the rise of “Hot Desking.” This is when work areas, such as desks, are not assigned to specific employees.

More

Chart of the Day: Biggest Imports to the US

Today’s Chart of the Day is a chart from howmuch.net shared by ritholz.com showing the biggest imports into the US per country.

More

Chart of the Day: Invest Early, Save Often

There are three big factors that influence investments one has by retirement: how much, what investments, and how long. Today’s Chart of the Day from the Motley Fool shows the importance of the third one, how long.

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Chart of the Day: Missing Best 20 Days

Today’s Chart of the Day from JP Morgan shows the returns of the stock market if you missed a certain amount of “best days” dating back 20 years.

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Chart of the Day: This Year's Winners are Last Year's Losers

Today’s Chart of the Day is from @CharlieBilello on X and shows that last year’s losers (in red) are this year’s to-date winners (in blue) and vice versa.

More

Chart of the Day: US Teens On Their Phones

Today’s Chart of the Day is from Gallup and shows the hours per day spent on social media (aka their phones). The 4.8 hours a day is something to behold.

More

Chart of the Day: Treasury vs. Real Estate

Today’s Chart of the Day comes from Re:venture Consulting and shows the history of the 10-year treasury rate (in yellow) vs. the CAP, Capital Asset Pricing, rate (in blue).

More

Chart of the Day: Eight Chickens Per Person

Today’s Chart of the Day from the Financial Times shows that chicken meat recently overtook pork as the most produced meat on the planet. Why?

More

Chart of the Day: Not Since 1788

Today’s Chart of the Day from Bank of America shows that the increase in the 10-year treasury interest rates in 2022 caused the worst price decline since 1788.

More

Chart of the Day: Is Gen Z Anti-Sports?

Are sports losing their shine? Today’s Chart of the Day is from Bloomberg and shows that 27% of Gen Z (currently ages 15 to 30) are decidedly "anti-sports."

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Chart of the Day: Managers’ Attractiveness and Fund Performance

 Today’s Chart of the Day comes from an academic paper by Chengyu Bai with the Shanghai Jiao Tong University. It shows that funds with “attractive” managers underperform funds with “unattractive” managers by over 2% per year.

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Chart of the Day: Start to 12-Months After

Today’s Chart of the Day is from Janus Henderson’s 2023 Outlook and shows the returns of the S&P 500 (large-cap stocks), Russell mid-cap, and Russell 2000 (small-cap) indexes from the start of all recessions from 1980 to 2022 through the 12-months following.

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Chart of the Day: US Dollar is Dominant

Today’s Chart of the Day was shared by Crews Bank & Trust Portfolio Manager Angie Parsons and comes from Wells Fargo Advisors. It shows that for all that is portrayed in the news, the US dollar remains the dominant reserve currency vs. the rest of the world. Why?

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Chart of the Day: View from the Top of the Hill Online Presentation

Join Samuel A. Kiburz, Chief Investment Officer, Senior Vice President, for a virtual macroeconomics presentation.

More

Chart of the Day: To ESG or Not to ESG

Today’s Chart of the Day from Morningstar shows an increase in the closing of ESG Funds (Environmental, Social, and Governance funds).

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